Australian Consulate-General
Shenyang, China
Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang Provinces

Services for Australians

The Australian Consulate-General in Shenyang is in a temporary office while the permanent Chancery is established.  Australians should continue to seek assistance from the Australian Embassy in Beijing

Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

There is an active outbreak of a novel (new) coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China, originating from Wuhan City in Hubei Province.

For more information on the novel coronavirus please click here to visit the Smartraveller website.

If you are an Australian citizen in Wuhan or Hubei Province, you can also register your location and your family situation by using the details below.

Emergency Support

For emergency passport or consular support, please contact the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade using the numbers below.

24 hour Consular Support

+61 2 6261 3305 from overseas

1300 555 135 (within Australia)

+61 421 269 080 using SMS

Notice for Australians living in Northeast China

The Australian Consulate-General in Shenyang would welcome contact by Australians temporarily or permanently resident in Northeast China who may wish to attend Australian events.  If interested, please email us your contact details and place of residence:

Consulate-General news

Consul-General's Speech at Liaoyuan Development and Foreign Cooperation Seminar during 12th China-Northeast Asia Expo in Changchun 23 August 2019 (Chinese)

Consul-General’s Speech at opening of 13th China-Australia Hospital Forum in Harbin on bilateral cooperation in health sector  2 August 2019 (Chinese)

Speech at Opening Reception on Australia’s relationship with Northeast China

Ms Frances Adamson, Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, visited Shenyang on 24 April 2019 and spoke about Australia’s relationship with Northeast China at a reception hosted by Consul-General Broughton Robertson in honour of the opening of the Australian Consulate-General in Shenyang. 24 April 2019

Australia-China relations

Australia and China: Mutual benefits through trade liberalisation and multilateral trade reform

Speech by Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment:  2 August 2019

Where We Live

Asialink Bloomberg Address by Prime Minister Scott Morrison: 26 June 2019

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