The Australian Consulate-General visits Macau each month to offer passport services.
Delivery of your passport is free to Macau. Ask our staff for more details at your next appointment.
Passport applications in Macau are by appointment only. Appointments can be booked here https://acghk.setmore.com. Please select service under Macau – Passport Services on the booking page. If you select services in Hong Kong office, we may not be able to help at the appointment time.
Appointments are not required for enquiries.
Please ensure you bring the appropriate passport application form and required documents to your appointment. We are unable to print any forms at the visit.
Appointment bookings - more information including booking policy is available here.
Friday 3 July 2020 POSTPONED
9:30am - 1:00pm
The Executive Centre
Click the link below to download the Chinese address in pdf format:
If you require urgent assistance please contact our office in Hong Kong on +852 2827 8881 or the 24-hour Consular Emergency Centre in Australia on +61 2 6261 3305.
If you are unable to make an appointment at our monthly visit and your application is urgent, please visit the Australian Consulate-General in Hong Kong.
Consular officers will not be able to respond to any enquiries regarding visas or citizenship enquiries. All enquiries should be referred to the Australian Visa Application Centre (AVAC) in Hong Kong. For further information see: http://www.vfsglobal.com/Australia/HongKong/
Fees for services in Macau
Notarial services in Macau
Notarial services provided by the Consulate are not available in Macau. Most notarial services are offered by the Macau Lawyers Associate or the Legal Affairs Bureau. These offices should be able to assist Australians in Macau to have the documents notarised and Apostilled if required.
Please confirm with the receiver of the documents (bank, broker etc) what they will accept before undertaking these processes.
To have a document notarised (only issued in either Official Chinese or Portuguese);
· at one of the 3 Macau Government operated locations listed here: https://www.gov.mo/zh-hant/services/ps-1049/ (website only available in Chinese or Portuguese)
· or through one of the law firms with registered public notary services.
To obtain an Apostille for use of the notarised document overseas;
· at the Legal Affairs Bureau (which can be issued in English): https://www.gov.mo/zh-hant/services/ps-1062/
If you are unable to visit our Consulate in Hong Kong or an alternative provider in Macau, send us an email at [email protected].