Australian High Commission
Niue

 

Australia High Commission

G'day, Fakaalofa lahi atu and welcome to the official website of the Australian High Commission in Alofi, Niue.

Our High Commissioner is Ms Louise Ellerton.

We invite you to access the resources and information contained on this website or contact us at [email protected]

 

Australia Awards Pacific Scholarships

Australia Awards Pacific Scholarships provide citizens of Niue with the opportunity to study at a tertiary institution in the region. Awards will be offered up to a bachelor’s degree or diploma level at the University of the South Pacific (USP) or the Fiji National University (FNU).  Applications for a scholarship to study in 2024 will open in February 2023.

For more information about the scholarship, click here

 

Travel advice For Niue

Need information on visiting Niue? Read the following:

 

Travelling from New Zealand to Australia

To travel from New Zealand to Australia (including those transiting through New Zealand to Australia), travellers must first meet Australia's entry requirements. As requirements for entry change frequently , we encourage all travellers to check Commonwealth and State and Terriority requirements regularly.

More information on entering Australia, and the State and Terriorty requirements for entry can be found at www.australia.gov.au

 

Smartraveller

Smartraveller has the latest, authoritative travel advice so you can be informed and prepared about overseas travel. Visit www.smartraveller.gov.au to subscribe or connect with Smartraveller on Facebook and Twitter.

In a crisis, Smartraveller will activate a crisis page on its website. It will make it easier for you or someone you know to contact the Australian Government if you need help. It will supplement the consular emergency hotline.

If you need immediate assistance, you can call the Consular Emergency Centre on +61 2 6261 3305 from overseas or 1300 555 135 from within Australia.

Passports

Has your passport been lost or stolen in Niue?

Medibank Private/ahm and other recent data breaches - advice for foreign passport holders

Medibank Private/ahm have advised the Australian Passport Office (APO) that no Australian Travel Document information was compromised in this breach.

Foreign passports for international students were compromised through this cyberattack. Medibank Private/ahm are contacting impacted customers directly.

If Medibank Private/ahm have advised you that your foreign passport information was compromised, you should contact the government that issued the passport for advice on what to do. This is also the case for all data breaches that impact foreign passport holders, including the recent breaches at Optus and Medlab.

More information:

Medibank/ahm impacted customers:

Optus impacted customers:

  • Contact Optus customer service directly on 133 937 (within Australia), or +612 8082 5678 (International), or go to their Passport Information(link is external) webpage.
  • Go to our Frequently Asked Questions on the Optus data breach and passport information
  • See the Australian Cyber Security Centre's Optus data breach(link is external) alert.

Medlab impacted customers:

Contact Medlab customer service directly on +61 1800 433 980, or go to their data breach web page(link is external).

 

Applying for a passport?

 

Notarial Services

The Australian High Commission in Alofi does not provide notarial services.

The Australian High Commission in Wellington may be able to assist with other notarial acts. Contact the High Commission by email on [email protected] or by phone on +64 4 473 6411.

Australian Passport Offices in Sydney or Melbourne can legalise (Apostille/Authenticate) some Australian documents and can issue Certificates of No Impediment to Marriage (CNI). Information on how to request these services via mail can be found in the ‘Documents in Australia’ section on the Smartraveller website https://www.smartraveller.gov.au/consular-services/notarial-services

 

Job vacancies

There are no current vacancies within the Australian High Commission Offce.

 

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