Consulate General of Spain in Sydney, Australia
Consulate General of Spain in Sydney, Australia, located at St. Martins Tower, Level 24, 31 Market Street. View a location map, get driving directions or view the information about the address, phone, fax, office hours, official website, Twitter, consular jurisdiction, consular services, visa list, and head of mission (HOM).
AddressSt. Martins Tower, Level 24, 31 Market Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
- +61 2 9261 2433, +61 2 9261 2443, +61 2 9261 1321
- +61 2 9283 1695
- [email protected]
- Monday to Friday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
New South Wales, Queensland and the Northern Territory.
Head of Mission
Rebeca Chantal Guinea Stal, Consul General
Common Visa Types
Citizens of qualified countries may be able to travel to Spain without a visa. The most common types of Spain visas are the following.
Short stay visas
- Spain transit visa
- Tourist/Visitor visa
- Business visa
- Cultural visa
Long stay visas
- Student visa
- Work visa
- Au Pair visa
- Golden visa
- Entrepreneur visa
- Working holiday visa
Renew a Passport from Outside of Spain
Spanish citizens living or traveling abroad may be eligible to renew or apply for Spanish passports in a Spanish embassy or consulate in case of loss, damage, theft, expiry, approaching expiry date, or lack of free pages.
Spanish diplomatic missions offer consular assistance and protection to citizens of Spain who are traveling abroad, including assistance in emergencies, such as accidents, natural disasters, or cases involving Spanish citizens in legal trouble.
Spanish diplomatic missions provide notarial services for various documents, including authentication, certification, and legalization.
Embassies and consulates of Spain handle visa applications for foreign nationals who wish to visit Spain for various purposes, such as tourism, work, study, business, or family visits.
Some nationalities need visas to visit the Schengen area. If you need a visa and visit multiple countries in the Schengen area, you must have to apply to the diplomatic mission or consular office of the country where you want to spend the longest time. If your main destination is Spain you will have to apply for a visa in person at the Spanish embassy or consulate. The visa allows travelers to stay in the Schengen area for a maximum of 90 days in 180 days.
Following Twenty-six countries belong to the Schengen area: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Besides Consulate General of Spain in Sydney, Australia Spain also has 4 representations in the following cities of Australia:
- Melbourne (Consulate General)
- Yarralumla (Embassy)
- South Brisbane (Honorary consul)
- Jingili (Honorary consul)
Diplomatic missions of Spain in neighbouring countries/regions of Australia:
- Rarotonga, Cook Islands (Honorary consul)
- Suva, Fiji (Honorary consul)
- Majuro, Marshall Islands (Honorary consul)
- Kolonia, Micronesia (Honorary consul)
- Wellington, New Zealand (Embassy)
- Napier, New Zealand (Honorary consul)
- Auckland, New Zealand (Honorary consul)
- Koror, Palau (Honorary consul)
- Apia, Samoa (Honorary consul)
- Honiara, Solomon Islands (Honorary consul)
- Nuku'alofa, Tonga (Honorary consul)
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This page was last edited on 09 March 2023 at 09:08 AM (EST).