Indian Honorary Consulate in Brisbane

Indian Honorary Consulate in Brisbane Australia is a strong bond of communication between India Government and Australia.

 

Head of Mission: Mrs Archana Singh, Honorary Consul

Consulate Appointment or Contact Indian Honorary Consulate in Brisbane : Visit only by Appointment

For consular service, you must book an appointment, You are advised to book on normal working hours via making a phone call or email on [email protected]. Also for more details please check in first instance the consulate website for enquiries contact form .

India Consulates in Australia may prioritize Appointment for India citizens or have dedicated support.

If unfortunately unable to get contact here, one should try to the High Commission of India in Canberra , Consulate General of India in Sydney , Honorary Consulate General of India in Perth , Indian Consulate General in Melbourne ,
For your convenience here listed all other representatives of India located in Australia.

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Charlie

If I Had A T-1 Visa That Expires In 2028, But Was Issued In 2018, May I Still Visit India With This? Also, Would It Be Possible To Convert It Into An Entry Visa (because My Wife Is An India-born Native)?

Sage

Dear Sir I Have A 5yr Tourist Visa Could You Please Advise Me If It Is Usable For Me To Visit India Or Do I Have To Apply For A 30 Day Visa Kind Regards

Jenny

Hello,\n\nI Have To Visit Friends And Family. Is One Year And Five Year Visa Still Suspended. There Seems To Be Conflicting Messages On The Website. Could You Please Confirm Soon.\nThanks

Ethan

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Rebecca

Hi There, I miss my two documents to upload on the website. Can I email my documents so that you can process my applications? Something went wrong when I was uploading the documents. Please let me know. I tried to call the number with no response . Thank you

Rica

Dear Team, I have my aunt who is very ill in India. I have applied for a visa to visit friends and family. I request a quick processing time please. I am an Australian citizen with a family in India. Thank you for your help.

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High Commission of India in Canberra, Australia

3-5 Moonah Place
Yarralumla
ACT-2600

00-61-2-62733999

00-61-2-62731308

http://www.hcindia-au.org/

Consulate General of India in Sydney, Australia

Level 27, 25 Bligh Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

00-612-92239500

00-612-92239246

http://www.indianconsulatesydney.org/

Honorary Consulate General of India in Perth, Australia

Suite 21, 2nd Floor, Lincoln House,
4 Ventnor Ave, West Perth, WA 6005,

00-61-8-94869611

Indian Consulate General in Melbourne, Australia

344 St Kilda Road
Coburg, VIC 3000
Australia

(+61) 3 9682 5800

(+61) 3 9696 8251

http://www.cgimelb.org