The health and safety of Australians overseas is our highest priority. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not taking public appointments at this time. Our ability to provide some services may be limited. We will continue to prioritise consular services to those in genuine need. If you require urgent assistance, please contact our Consular Emergency Centre, Canberra (Australia): +61 2 6261 3305.
Australian High Commission in Funafuti, Tuvalu
Talofa and welcome to the official website of the Australian High Commission in Funafuti, Tuvalu.
Our Head of Mission is Ms Karyn Murray, Australian High Commissioner to Tuvalu.
We invite you to access the resources and information contained on this website or contact us at email@example.com if you wish to make a general inquiry.
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Revised Travel Advice for Tuvalu - February 2020
The Government of Tuvalu issued a revised travel advisory on 25 February 2020. It states:
Tuvalu borders (air and seaports) are closed to persons who have visited or transited through mainland China or any ‘high risk’ country within 14 days of their intended travel to Tuvalu. All travelers in these categories must remain in self-isolation in a country that is not ‘high risk’ for 14 days before traveling to Tuvalu.
A COVID-19 ‘high risk country’ is deemed as a country that has potential local (human to human) transmission’ (i.e. COVID-19 cases with possible or confirmed transmission outside of China). This information can be sourced from WHO's daily situational report, (see Table 2).
Need information on visiting Tuvalu? Read the following:
- Travel advice from the Australian Government
- Official travel bulletins on special issues and events
- Other Australian Government embassies, high commissions, consulates, multilateral missions and representative offices around the world
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Is your passport lost or stolen in Tuvalu?
- Report the loss or theft online
- Contact the Australia High Commission in Funafuti during local business hours on 20043.
- Call the Australian Passport Information Service on 131 232 from within Australia.
- Seek more information on the Australian Passports Office website.
Applying for a passport?
- For passport information including applying for, or renewing your passport, visit www.passports.gov.au.
- The Australian High Commission in Funafuti does not issue passports. Australians citizens seeking to apply for or renew an Australian passport can attend a passport interview at the Australian High Commission in Suva.
- Passport fees for 2019 are listed here.
Living in Australia
The Australian High Commission does not currently have any vacancies.