Australian Consulate-General
New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna


For urgent consular assistance outside of our office hours, please call +687 27 24 14 and follow the prompts to be connected to the 24/7 Consular Emergency Centre in Canberra. Canadian citizens can also alternatively contact the 24/7 Canadian Emergency Watch and Response Center in Ottawa (email: [email protected] – phone +1 613 996 8885 with call collect accepted where available). 

The Australian Consulate-General provides consular, passport and notarial services. For further information, check out the Consular Notarial and Passports Services - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

We do not manage enquiries relating to visas or entry-exit requirements to Australia (Australian Department of Home Affairs)New Caledonia or Wallis-and-Futuna, or Canada and we are unable to escalate applications or issues with the authorities in Australia, New Caledonia and Wallis-and-Futuna, or Canada.



On 14 October 2023, Australians will be asked to vote in a referendum to alter the Constitution.

The Australian Consulate-General in Noumea will be an in-person voting centre and a postal vote collection centre.

All eligible Australians living in or visiting New Caledonia will be able to vote.

To be eligible to vote, you must be enrolled. Please ensure your enrolment details are up to date at the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) website.

It is not compulsory to vote if you are not in Australia at the time of the referendum. If you will be overseas at the time and unable to vote, you can advise the AEC by completing and returning the Overseas Notification Form.

Additional information on the referendum and voting is available from the AEC website and Smartraveller.

In-person voting

In-person voting will be held at the Australian Consulate-General in Noumea on weekdays from Tuesday 3 October to Friday 13 October between 1pm and 4pm. The Australian Consulate-General is closed on weekends.

Postal votes

If you are overseas and are unable to vote in-person, you can apply for a postal vote. Postal vote packs will be sent to you from Australia by courier, so you are encouraged to apply as early as possible. The latest date to request a postal vote is 6pm, Wednesday 11 October 2023 local time.

If you are overseas, go to to find the correct address to return your postal vote to the AEC.

In New Caledonia, you can return your postal vote directly to the AEC in Australia or you can drop it off at the Australian Consulate-General in Noumea no later than Friday 13 October 4pm.

Australians in Wallis and Futuna are encouraged to vote by postal vote and to return their postal votes directly to the AEC.



The current round for project funding is open until Friday 6 October 2023. More information at Relations between Australia and Wallis and Futuna (


The Australian Consulate-General in recruiting. More information at Recruitment (

Welcome to the Australian Consulate-General in Noumea


The Australian Consulate-General in Noumea is Australia’s official diplomatic mission in New Caledonia. The Consul-General is also accredited to Wallis and Futuna and is the representative to the Pacific Community (SPC).

Opening hours are from 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday (except public holidays).


Australian Passports - Australian customers should lodge their passport applications at their nearest Australian mission: if you lodge your passport application with another mission, you may be at risk of further delays, including for the delivery of your passport, and associated costs, as new passports are automatically sent to the post where they were lodged and redirections cannot be easily facilitated. Please allow a minimum of six weeks to receive a new passport once a completed application has been received and payment has been taken. You may be eligible for a mailed-in adult renewal application under specific conditions

Visas for and travel to Australia (Home Affairs) - French nationals with a valid French passport are generally eligible to apply online for an eVisitor visa. Australian citizens must travel to Australia on an Australian passport.


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