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  • 10 December 2018

    Please find below detailed information concerning passport duty in Hobart.

    Polish House

    22-24 New Town Rd

    Date and time:
    28 February – 10.00AM – 5.00PM
    1 March – 10.00AM – 5.00PM


    Only persons with booked appointments will be admitted during the passport visit. To reserve an appointment you can call the Polish Consulate in Sydney during business hours between  9.00am and 4.00pm on (02) 9363 9816 or subsequently send an e-mail to


    Detailed information with a list of required documents, photos and fees is available at
    Please familiarize yourselves with this information, to make sure you have all the required documents.

    •  Persons whose passports expired before 2013 are obliged to submit a documents confirming their Polish citizenship (to be obtained at the competent voivodship office in Poland).
    •  Persons without a PESEL number must submit Polish documents from the Registry Office in Poland (birth certificate, marriage certificate), otherwise it will not be possible to download biometric data, and thus accept his/her passport application.

    • Persons who have changed their marital status and / or personal data are obliged to submit relevant decisions of the Registry Office in Poland. Foreign documents are not accepted.

    Fees should be paid directly the Consulate’s account or to be submitted in the form of Money Order payable to the Polish Consulate in Sydney, according to the current List of Consular Fees Http:// Persons requesting passport to be send by post should include extra 15 AUD for postage and handling.

    Commonwealth Bank

    BSB: 062 124

    Account: 1038 5948


    Account's holder: Polish Consulate in Sydney

    Proof of payment in paper form must be attached to the passport application at the time of its submission.

    Persons scheduled for meetings are requested to arrive 10-15 minutes earlier in order to complete their passport applications.


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