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

Her Majesty The Queen, 1926-2022

National Day of Mourning

Australia will hold a National Day of Mourning to observe Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday 22 September, which will be recognised as a National Public Holiday in Australia.  Shenyang Consulate will be closed on this day.

Online Condolence Register

For those wishing to express sympathy can do so via the online condolence book here.

Consulate events

We are still developing our services for, and activities with, Australians and Chinese friends in the Northeast; including promoting commercial , educational and cultural relationships between Australia and Northeast China. Please provide your preferred contact details and Northeast China city of residence if you wish to stay in email and/or WeChat contact with us,including for information on upcoming Consulate events.

Email: [email protected] 

 Australian Consulate WeChat:

Information for Australian travellers to China

Information on accessing the COVID-19 vaccine overseas can be found here.

Updated Travel Advice

From 17 January, pre-departure requirements for travel to China from Australia will change. In addition to meeting visa requirements, there are health testing requirements. The requirements vary depending on your COVID-19 and vaccination history. There are multiple tests required within specified timeframes. Testing requirements may change at short notice. Contact the nearest Chinese embassy/consulate to confirm travel requirements. On arrival in China, travellers are required to quarantine for 14 days at a designated hotel or facility. Additional COVID-19 prevention measures and testing will apply. These will be determined by local authorities at the initial entry point and final destination in China. Further COVID-19 countermeasures may be imposed by China in the lead-up to and during the Olympic and Paralympic Games period.

As previously advised, authorities have detained foreigners on grounds of 'endangering national security'. Australians may be at risk of arbitrary detention.

We now advise:

Exercise a high degree of caution in China overall due to the impacts of COVID-19.

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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

www.smartraveller.gov.au/consular-contact-form 

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