Consul-General Christopher Lim's Blog - "Wulong – A serendipitous discovery "
"Occasionally, a local government invites the diplomatic corps to visit their town or county to raise awareness and signal interest in working with foreign countries. These visits are always fascinating as they take me somewhere I would never otherwise visit. My recent visit to Wulong in the municipality of Chongqing – three hours by car from the city – was remarkable because it is home to extraordinary natural wonders that I had never heard of. The drive from Chongqing included travelling on highways bored through karst limestone mountains and traversing deep, heavily vegetated, gorges. We went through a series of tunnels, one of which was 12.9 kilometres long. " Click here to read more
Ma La Koala Edition 56
In Ma La Koala’s 56th edition, learn about the connections that exist between Fraser Coast and southwest China, find out where to see "Water Pushes Sand" in Chengdu, and discover how Australia is making inroads into China's red meat export market. Read more here
Taste of Queensland Campaign Launch (28/10/2019)
Festival of Australia Kunming Reception remarks (27/05/2019)
Remarks at Gold Coast Gala Dinner (17/05/2019)
Macquarie University Open Day remarks (14/04/2019)
Consul-General’s Australia Day 2019 address (21/01/2019)
News and Media Releases
Celebrate a Festival of Australia (20/05/2019)
Strengthening science ties with China (10/04/2019)
2019-20 Foreign Affairs and Trade Department budget (02/05/2019)
Ambassador to China (29/03/2019)
Appointments for Passport and Notarial Services
Please make appointments for passport and notarial services using the Consulate’s online booking system. Passport service appointments for Australian Citizens are available between 9:00 am and 12:00 noon, Monday to Friday. Notarial service appointments are available between 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday only.
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