Thursday, February 2, 2023

About the Embassy

The Embassy of Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Australia

CHANCERY

6 Timbarra Crescent, O'Malley ACT 2606

Postal Address: PO Box98, Mawson, ACT 2607

Telephone:

(61-2) 61694916, 61694915, 61694917; 

Fax: 61-2-61083034

Email: [email protected]

Working time


Monday - Friday: 9.00 am - 1.00 pm, 2.00 pm - 5.30 pm.

Consular Service Hours: 9.30 to 13.00 
 and 14.00 to 17.00 (for document pickup and urgent cases only)
 Monday to Friday, excepts public holidays

The Embassy of Viet Nam to Australia will observe the following public holidays in 2023:

Date

Name of Holiday

31 December to 02 January 2023

New Year’s Day

20 to 26 January 2023

Lunar New year and Australia Day

13 March 2023

Canberra Day

07 April 2023

Good Friday

10 April 2023

Easter Monday

Monday 02 May to Tuesday 03 May 2023

Viet Nam’s Victory Day and International Labour’s Day (in lieu)

Monday 13 June 2023

Queen’s Birthday

Friday 02 September 2023

Viet Nam’s National Day

Monday 26 December 2023

Christmas (in lieu)




Gallery


 

Na Hang Nature Reserve

Na Hang Nature Reserve, contiguous to Ba Be Lake, covers an area of 21,000ha. This is a famous tourist attraction in the North for lovers of nature, adventure tourism and exploring indigenous culture.
 

It unfolds a quite thick vegetation cover, and over 1,000 plant species, including rare and valuable ones such as the dinh, mun (ebony trees), sen (bassia). It is home to 79 animal species, such as tiger, panther, flying weasel, flying squirrel, bear, antelope, deer, ape, and so on.
 

Especially, its upturned-nosed monkey (Rhinopitecus avunculus) has been listed in the World’s Red Book. The forest also shelters 263 winged animal species, such as pheasant, phoenix, as well as 35 frog species; 25 reptile species; and over 500 insect species.
 

Na Hang Lake lying in the nature reserve and covering an area of 8,000ha is the converging of two poetic rivers, Gam and Nang, and is surrounded by 99 mountains. Visitors can take a small boat to travel around, to explore Pac Ta Mountain, the highest in Na Hang, and visit Pac Ta and Pac Vang Temples. Several minority ethnic groups such as Mong, Tay, Dao live around the lake.
 

The World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF-US) has identified Na Hang Nature Reserve as one of the highest valued biodiversity ecosystems in the world./. (TITC - VNAT)

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