Australian Consulate-General
Surabaya, Indonesia

The Australian federal election will be held on Saturday 18 May 2019. If you are an eligible Australian citizen living overseas you can still participate but you need to be enrolled.

To enrol, check or update your enrolment details visit www.aec.gov.au. The deadline for enrolling or updating your details for the federal election is 8pm, Monday 18 April (Australian time in the electorate you’re enrolled).

For Australians in Surabaya, voting will be available via postal service only, there is no in person voting services being provided. You can apply for a postal vote online now at www.aec.gov.au. Please note that the Australian Embassy in Jakarta and the Australian Consulate-General in Bali will be providing in-person voting.

If you are overseas and unable to vote, complete an overseas notification form and return it to the AEC. Being overseas is a valid reason for not voting.

Election information in other languages can be found at www.aec.gov.au/translated.

Message from the Consul-General

Chris Barnes

Strengthening Australia’s relations with East Java

Welcome to the website of the Australian Consulate-General in Surabaya.

The establishment of the Australian Consulate-General in Surabaya was announced by Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, on 26 February 2017.

The Consulate-General promotes business, education, people-to-people and cultural links between Australia and East Java, Central Java, and Special Region of Yogyakarta.

The establishment of a Consulate-General in Surabaya, Australia’s fourth diplomatic post in Indonesia is evidence of Australia close relationship with Indonesia. Australia’s diplomatic footprint in Indonesia includes the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, and Consulate-Generals in Makassar and Bali.

The Surabaya Consulate-General will focus on enhancing trade and building economic partnership opportunities in East Java, including in financial services, education, health, manufacturing and infrastructure. East Java accounts for about 15 per cent of Indonesia’s gross domestic product and Surabaya, as Indonesia’s second largest city, is an increasingly important destination for Australian trade and investment.

Our Consulate-General will also work to bolster people-to-people links in the dynamic eastern region of Indonesia and provide consular and other services to Australians in East Java.

You can follow the Australian Consulate-General, Surabaya on:

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