Australian Consulate-General

Passports Services


Appointments for passport and notarial services required from 3 May 2016

From 3 May 2016, the Australian Consulate General Guangzhou will be taking appointments for passport and notarial services.

Appointments can be booked via

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  • Passport appointments are available between 9:00am - 12:00 pm, Monday to Friday.
  • The following Notarial services appointments are available between 3pm - 4pm, Monday to Friday.
    • Witnessing Commonwealth statutory declarations
    • Witnessing application forms for, and issuing of, Certificates of No Impediment (CNI)
    • Witnessing notices of intended marriage
    • Witnessing and certifying land documents and issuance of DFAT Certificate of Identity
    • Performing authentication of signature and/or seals 
  • Other Notarial services (including witnessing affidavits, witness signatures on bank documents and state government documents including witnessing driver's licence renewals) appointments are available between 1:30pm – 4pm every Thursday (except Public Holidays).

To ensure all requirements are met prior to lodgement, we advise that you phone our passport office or check our website ( before coming to the Consulate-General to lodge your application.


Australian passport overseas surcharge to apply from 1 July 2015

From 1 July 2015 passport applications lodged overseas will incur an additional overseas application fee (overseas surcharge). The additional fee for adult (including senior) applications will be A$100 and for child applications will be A$50 in 2015. The fee will not apply to emergency passport applications.

Passports Applications:

Application Information

Passport Photograph Requirements

Lost and Stolen Passports

Passport Fees

The level of passport fees is set under the Australian Passports Act.

Fees are revised on a monthly basis.

Fees are payable in Chinese RMB only.

For a list of current passport fees go to the Consular Current Fees page.