[Updated on 26 April 22] Information and resources on COVID-19 border health measures and restrictions for travellers to Singapore and Australia
Due to overwhelming passport applications, the processing and despatch time for passport will be increased. Online applications will now require about 6 weeks while hardcopy applications will require 6 to 8 weeks to be processed and despatched to the High Commission for collection. Please plan ahead if you are travelling and your passport is expiring/has expired. For more information on passport application, please refer to this section.
Appointments for consular services such as application/collection of Singapore passport, notarial services and visa applications are required and walk-ins will not be entertained. You may book an appointment slot here.
You are invited to quote for the provision of preventive maintenance on security systems at the Singapore High Commission and Residence for a period of two years.
The Singapore High Commission in Canberra will be closed from Saturday, 25 December 2021 to Monday, 3 January 2022. Information on cut-off dates for applications can be found here.
From 6 November 2020, 0000 hrs, Singapore will lift our border restrictions for visitors from Victoria State (Australia). This latest initiative follows the earlier lifting of border restrictions for visitors from Australia (excluding Victoria State) on 1 October.
Singapore Welcomes Visitors From Mainland China And Victoria State (Australia) From 6 November 2020
Lifting of border restrictions for visitors from Australia, Singapore Citizens/Permanent Residents
Source: Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore 30 September 2020
On 21 September 2020, members of the “Friends of the COVID-19 Vaccine Global Access (COVAX) Facility” (FOF) issued a statement of support for the Facility.