Australian High Commission
Independent State of Samoa
Also accredited to American Samoa


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Welcome to the Australian High Commission in Samoa's website.

Australia places great value on our partnership with Samoa, recognising the integral role we play in our region, with shared stewardship of the Blue Pacific continent we each call home. Our partnership is underpinned by our shared values and membership of the Pacific Islands Forum and guided by our Bilateral Partnership Arrangement, signed by Prime Ministers Fiame and Albanese in March 2023.

Together, we are building on our shared history and personal connections through cooperation in sport, security, climate, and disaster resilience. And together, we are delivering economic and human development solutions though our locally led development partnerships, Tautai and Tautua.

As Australian High Commissioner, I look forward to working with the Government and people of Samoa to reinforce our strong bilateral ties, continue our cooperation on regional and global issues and promote a resilient, healthy, and inclusive Samoa.

I invite you to access the resources and information contained on this website and on the Australian High Commission’s Facebook page and to contact the Australian High Commission to further your engagement with Australia.


HE Will Robinson
Australian High Commissioner to Samoa


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Consular Services

The Australian High Commission, Samoa provides consular assistance to Australian, Canadian, Papua New Guinean and Nauran citizens.

For information on what consular services we can and cannot provide, please read the Consular Services Charter.

For consular assistance 9am to 4.30pm Apia time, Monday to Friday, please contact +685 23411 or visit the Australian High Commission, Beach Rd, Apia.

After hours, please contact the 24-hour consular emergency helpline

Visa services

Information on visa services can be found here.


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