Australian Embassy
Lima
Peru, Bolivia

Services for Australians

Consular assistance

Australian Embassy, Lima

Consular and Passports Section Contact Details

Phone: +51 1 630 0500
Fax: +51 1 630 0520

E-mail: consular.lima@dfat.gov.au

Address:

Australian Embassy
Av. La Paz 1049, Piso 10
Miraflores, Lima 18, Perú

Australian Honorary Consulate in La Paz, Bolivia

The Australian Honorary Consulate in La Paz is moving. From 14 November 2016 it will be located at:

Address: 

Calle Gabriel Rene Moreno # 1091
San Miguel, (zona sur)
La Paz, Bolivia

Mobile numbers:  +591 76768787  +591 706 10626

E-mail:  cristinafernandezm@gmail.com 

Office hours:  From Monday to Friday from 9:00 Hrs  to 12:00 Hrs, except for public holidays.

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Notarial service fees to increase from 1 January 2017

6 December 2016

Notarial service fees will increase from 1 January 2017, following a recommendation from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Functional and Efficiency Review.

Notarial service fees have not increased in 16 years. 

The new fee schedule takes into account the annual rate of inflation in Australia since fees were last increased, the growing cost of delivering notarial services and rising demand.  The new fee schedule (in Australian dollars) aligns with notarial service fees charged by commercial providers.  (Note that the Australian Embassy in Lima only accepts payments in US dollars by credit card or cash deposit to our bank account.  The exchange rate changes from month to month.  Please contact us for details. )

From 2018 onwards, notarial service fees will increase annually in line with the Consumer Price Index published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

For some services there are free alternatives available to clients, such as witnessing of documents by medical practitioners or police officers.

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Emergency consular assistance

Need help now? Find the 24-hour, 7-day a week emergency consular hotlines on this website’s home page.

We assist Australians overseas within limits. Our capacity to assist is influenced by local laws and conditions, international rules governing consular work, and by the cooperation offered by persons and organisations. This does not diminish the obligation of Australian citizens to keep themselves informed on the situation in the country likely to affect their safety or to meet costs incurred in rendering assistance.

 

Registering on Smartraveller

We encourage all Australian travellers and residents in Peru and Bolivia to:

    

Registering your presence in Peru or Bolivia and your travel plans is very important. This information will help us to contact or find you in an emergency - whether it is a natural disaster, civil disturbance or family emergency. It may also be used to pass other information to you such as important travel advice updates, notice of elections and information on other matters relevant to travellers and expatriates.

Concerned about your privacy?   Read the Privacy Policy and Consular Privacy Collection Statement of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

 

   Travel advice

Read and subscribe to the latest information from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade about travelling and living in Peru and Bolivia:

 

   Passports

Has your Australian passport been lost or stolen in Peru or Bolivia?  Report it online or to the Embassy.  For more information on applying for a passport see the Australian Passports Office website or contact us.

 

   Re-connecting?

Find handy information for Australians or residents returning from a holiday or moving back to Australia.

 

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Smartraveller just issued a new bulletin on the Zika virus – it’s relevant to all travellers, especially pregnant women, who are going to South and Central America, the Caribbean, or to Samoa in the Pacific. This mosquito-borne disease doesn't have a vaccine. It could be particularly harmful to the unborn babies of pregnant women, though further studies are being done on causal links. Best protection for all is to avoid getting bitten. And taking a really cautious approach (and until more is known), pregnant women should consider postponing travel to any of the 22 countries of concern or speak to a doctor first.

Smartraveller website:

http://smartraveller.gov.au

New features include:

  • A Smartraveller app compatible across both Android and IPhone devices and free to download from 1 November 2015 from Google Play and ITunes.
  • The Smartraveller registrations system is now easier to use, with automatic corrections, a more intuitive layout and the ability to add travel companions. Travellers will be able to edit their own profiles by early 2016.
  • An updated Smartraveller logo.