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Welcome to the website of the Philippine Consulate General in Sydney! The Consulate is a foreign mission established in Sydney by the Philippine Government to provide consular services for persons wishing to visit the Philippines, as well as passporting, civil registry and notarial services for Filipino nationals residing and working in the state of New South Wales and the French Overseas Department of New Caledonia.

This website provides information about the services provided by the Philippine Consulate and notices about developments, programs, and activities of the Consulate and the Filipino-Australian community in New South Wales.

If you wish to get in touch with the Consulate, please contact us through our email address  telephone (02) 9262 7377, or fax (02) 9262 7355.

Philippine Consulate General - Sydney, Australia
Last Updated on Monday, 28 November 2016 06:41 Monday, 28 November 2016 06:24
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Bonifacio Day 2016

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

The Philippine Consulate General will be closed to the public on Wednesday, 30 November 2016,
in observance of Bonifacio Day, a non-working public holiday in the Philippines.


Consular services will resume on Thursday, 01 December 2016.


For emergency cases, please call the Duty Officer at 0415 426 400.


Thank you.

Konsulado Heneral ng Pilipinas
Sydney, Australia
Tuesday, 15 November 2016 08:25
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AUSTRALIAN STUDENTS DONATE CHAIRS TO PHILIPPINE ORPHANAGE ON 70th ANNIVERSARY OF PH-AU DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS



(Left photo) Consul Marford Angeles (rightmost) with Coreen School students Brianna Ferguson (3rd from right), Jarryne Douglas, their teacher, John Williamson (leftmost), S.E.A.T. National Project Manager Christa Silvia (2nd from left), and Blacktown City Councilor Kathie Collins (2nd from right) at the Max Webber Library in Blacktown City, New South Wales, Australia on 28 October 2016. (Right photo) Two of the chairs that were painted and decorated by the Coreen students, including Brianna and Jarryn, which will be donated to the Angel House Orphanage in Davao Oriental, Philippines.

On 28 October 2016, a two-week exhibition of chairs donated by students of Coreen School in Blacktown City, New South Wales, Australia, to the Angel House Orphanage in Davao Oriental, Philippines, was launched at the Max Webber Library in Blacktown City, New South Wales, Australia.

At the launch ceremony, Mr. John Williamson, a teacher at Coreen School, said that in line with  teaching empathy to his students, his class decided to take part in the Sustainability, Education, Art and Teamwork (S.E.A.T.) Project. The project entails assembly of a small bamboo stool, which encourages teamwork, problem solving and literacy among children. Mr. Williamson’s students assembled, decorated and painted the stools and will donate the said stools, along with learning materials inside the stools’ compartment, to the Angel House Orphanage in Davao Oriental, Philippines. According to Mr. Williamson, he suggested the orphanage as the recipient institution, as he himself has been supporting the education of a child in the Philippines for the past nine years. Two of Mr. Williamson’s students, Brianna Ferguson and Jarryn Douglas, spoke at the launch about their experience in working on the stools.

On behalf of the Philippine Embassy in Canberra and the Philippine Consulate General in Sydney, Consul Marford Angeles thanked the Coreen School for their donation to the orphanage, saying that such a beautiful gift highlights the friendship between Filipinos and Australians and is a fitting gesture in this year when we mark the 70th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the Philippines and Australia. He also thanked S.E.A.T. National Project Manager Christa Silvia for coordinating with the Embassy and the Consulate on this project. Consul Angeles also thanked freight forwarder LBC for sponsoring the shipment of the stools to the Philippines, and the Blacktown City Council, represented by Blacktown City Councillor Kathie Collins, for the use of the Max Webber Library as venue for the exhibit. END

Last Updated on Monday, 14 November 2016 10:09 Tuesday, 18 October 2016 00:00
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PHL CONSULATE GENERAL IN SYDNEY BRIEFS PHL DELEGATION TO 2016 AUSTRALIAN POLITICAL EXCHANGE COUNCIL PROGRAM



Consul General Anne Jalando-on Louis (4th from left) with the Philippine delegation to the 2016 Australian Political Exchange Council (AUSPOL) Program, (L-R) Mr. Ares Goyena, Chief of Staff, Office of Sen. Aquino, Masbate Vice Governor Jo Kristine C. Revil, Antipolo City Mayor Casimiro “Jun” Ynares III, Ligao City Mayor Patricia Gonzales-Alsua, Leyte Vice Governor Carlo P. Loreto, Siaton Mayor Cezanne Fritz H. Diaz, and Malolos City Mayor Christian D. Natividad, during the delegation’s visit to the Philippine Consulate General in Sydney on 8 October 2016. Consul General Louis and the Philippine delegation are joined in the photo by Blacktown City Councillor Jess Diaz (6th from left).


The members of the Philippine delegation to the 2016 Australian Political Exchange Council (AUSPOL) Program visited the Philippine Consulate General in Sydney on 8 October 2016 and were briefed by Consul General Anne Jalando-on Louis on the functions and activities of the Consulate General and on the profile of the Filipino community in New South Wales (NSW).

The Philippine delegation was headed by Mayor Casimiro “Jun” Ynares III from Antipolo City, with the following local officials as members: Vice Governor Carlo P. Loreto of the Province of Leyte; Vice Governor Jo Kristine C. Revil of the Province of Masbate, Mayor Christian D. Natividad of the City of Malolos; Mayor Patricia Gonzales-Alsua of Ligao City, Albay; Mayor Cezanne Fritz H. Diaz of the Municipality of Siaton, Negros Oriental; Vice Mayor Jennifer M. Cruz of Pola, Oriental Mindoro; and Mr. Ares C. Goyena, Chief of Staff of the Office of Senator Bam Aquino.

Consul General Louis shared information with the local officials on the conduct of Overseas Voting in NSW and on the situation of Filipinos in the state, including their employment conditions and challenges that they encounter. The members of the Philippine delegation inquired about the number of Filipinos in NSW, the kinds of work open to them, and trade and investment activities between the Philippines and Australia.

During their visit, Consul General Louis introduced the delegation to Blacktown City Councillor Jess Diaz who is serving his third term as city councilor in Blacktown City, NSW.

The delegation was accompanied by AUSPOL Programme Officer Rick Corkhill during the visit.

AUSPOL was established in 1981 and operates a system of political exchange visits to promote understanding of Australia and its political system. The delegation that visited the Consulate General is the 10th Philippine delegation to participate in the program. END


Last Updated on Thursday, 13 October 2016 06:56 Thursday, 13 October 2016 06:52
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Last Updated on Friday, 18 November 2016 12:57 Monday, 15 August 2016 08:49
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Notice of Registration and Election to all Filipino Citizens


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