Australian Embassy
Serbia, Montenegro, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia



 Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Belgrade

Welcome to the website of the Australian Embassy in Belgrade. Here you will find information on how to contact us, advice on the range of consular and passport services available to Australians, information on visa and citizenship arrangements, and general information about Australia.

If you wish to learn more about Australian foreign, trade and development policy or our bilateral relationships we encourage you to explore the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website.

If you are an Australian planning to travel overseas we encourage you to check the SmartTraveller website.

The Australian Ambassador to Serbia is Mrs Julia Feeney. The Australian Embassy in Belgrade is accredited to the Republic of Serbia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Republic of Montenegro .




2018 Batman by-election

A by-election for the federal electoral Division of Batman in Victoria will be held on Saturday 17 March 2018.

You can check if you are enrolled in the Division of Batman, enrol or update your enrolment details at The deadline to enrol is 8pm AEDT Wednesday 14 February 2018.

In-person voting will not be available outside of Australia for this by-election. If you will be overseas on by-election day, you can apply for a postal vote or you can vote in person in Australia before you go.

You can apply for a postal vote by completing a ‘Postal Vote Application’ on the AEC website. You should ensure that you apply for a postal vote as soon as possible to allow enough time for the ballot papers to reach you overseas before by-election day.

For more information, visit the AEC website at or contact the AEC via email ( or telephone +61 2 6113 4777 or +61 2 6160 2600.


The selection process for the position "CASE OFFICER – VISA PROCESSING" has been finalised.  All successful candidates have now been contacted.

Thank you to those who took the time to apply.  The Embassy is unable to provide responses to enquiries regarding this position.



1 JANUARY 2018

The Passport fees will increase on 1 January in line with the movement of the Australian Consumer Price Index.

The new passport fees are noted below.  All fees are payable in Serbian dinars at the time of application.






10 year Passport

(Note: Includes Diplomatic and Official Passports and children aged 16 and 17)   



5 year Passport

(Note: Applicant must be under 16 years of age)



5 year Passport (optional for 75+years)

(Note: Applicant must be 75 years or older)






Replacement passport



Frequent Traveller 10 year Passport

(66 visa pages) (Note: to be withdrawn 1 Dec 2017)






Priority Processing Fee (PPF)






Emergency Passport






Provisional Travel Document

No fee

No fee




Observation made after the issue of a passport






Certificate of Identity






Document of Identity






UN Travel Document (Titre de Voyage)








The above fees are imposed by the Australian Passports (Application Fees) Act 2005 and are payable to the Commonwealth under the Australian Passports Act 2005.  No GST is payable.


Our DAP Committee has recommended a number of projects to be funded in 2017/18.  As always, while we were very pleased with the high quality of the submissions, many very good proposals have not made it to the short list due to budget constraints.  We thank all of the 200+ applicants for taking the time to tell us how they can improve the lives of people in Serbia, Montenegro and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and we hope that somehow some of these wonderful projects can be funded.

Successful applicants are now being contacted by embassy staff in terms of logistics and management of the new projects.

Unsuccessful applicants will receive an email soon confirming their project has not made the short list.  We encourage these applicants to explore other avenues to fund their projects, or re-apply to our Direct Aid Program in 2018/19.

Again, thank you to all who took the time to apply in this round.


Payments for Passport and Notary Services (Serbia, Montenegro and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

As of November 1st 2017, all passport and notarial fees are payable only by debit or credit card at the Embassy. 

Cards that are accepted by the embassy include the Dina Card, Visa, Visa electron, MasterCard and Maestro. All payments will be processed in Serbian Dinars (RSD).

For those not in Serbia, a Credit Card Authorisation Form is attached  (FORM).

For customers ouside Serbia, there is a possibility to make a bank transfer in EUR. Please get in touch with the Embassy or Consular Office in Skopje (fyROM) if you wish to use this option.

Appointments for consular and passport services must be made via our online booking system. Appointments cannot be made by telephone or email.


Passport fees

Our current passport fees can be found at passport fees.

Appointments for passport and notarial services at the Australian Embassy in Belgrade can be made via our online booking service.  Appointments cannot be made by telephone or email.

A link to the service can be found on our “Services for Australians Overseas” page.

Please also see this page if you require emergency consular assistance.