Tuesday, May 28, 2024
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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 am - 1.00 pm
 and 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm (for document pickup and urgent cases only)
 Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, excepts public holidays

The Embassy of Viet Nam to Australia will observe the following public holidays in 2024​:

Date Name of Holiday
Monday01 January 2024 New Year's Day
Friday 26 January 2024 Australia Day
Thursday 08 February to Wednesday 14 February 2024 Vietnamese Lunar New year
Monday11 March 2024 Canberra Day
Friday 29 March2024 Good Friday
Monday 1 April 2024
Thursday 18 April 2024
Thursday 25 April 2024
Easter Monday
Hùng King's Commemoration Day
Anzac Day
Monday 29 April to Wednesday 01May 2024 Viet Nam's Unification​ Day and International Labour's Day
Monday 27 May 2024 Reconciliation Day
Monday 10 June 2024 King's Birthday
Friday 02 September 2024 Viet Nam's National Day
Monday 07 October 2024 Australia Labour Day
Wednesday 25 December 2024 Christmas​




Gallery


 

Sydney-Vietnam Institute boosts cooperation with Vietnam

(VOVWORLD) - Researchers from the University of Sydney presented multiple studies on Vietnam and projects to boost cooperation with Vietnam’s educational and research establishments at a seminar held by the Sydney-Vietnam Institute on Wednesday.

 

Vietnamese Ambassador to Australia Nguyen Tat Thanh speaks at the Sydney-Vietnam  seminar. (Photo: Viet Nga)

The event, the fifth of its kind, sought solutions to common issues to improve people’s lives through sharing knowledge.

Addressing the seminar, Vietnamese Ambassador to Australia Nguyen Tat Thanh said these studies not only provide insight into practical issues, but also increase understanding between the two peoples.

The University of Sydney and the Sydney-Vietnam Institute are opening up new channels of cooperation between the two countries, he said.

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