US and Canadian citizens:
Austrian Consulate General
New York: (212) 737 6400
Los Angeles: (310) 444 9310
Chicago: (312) 222 1515 (please note that this office is closed since November 30, 2013)
Vancouver: (604) 687 3338
Toronto: (416) 967 4867
Montreal: (514) 845 8661
Washington DC: (202) 895 6700
Ottawa: (613) 789 1444
- Have at least six-month’s validity remaining on your passport whenever you travel abroad.
- Check the expiration date on your passport carefully before traveling to Europe – especially children’s passports, which are valid five years, not 10 years like those issued to U.S. citizens aged 16 and older.
- Carry your passport when traveling to another country in the Schengen area. Even if there is no border check at that time, officials may reinstate border controls without notice.
Australian and New Zealand citizens:
Austrian Embassy Canberra
12 Talbot Street, Forrest, ACT 2603
02 6295 1533
Austrian Consulate General Sydney
Level 10, 1 York Street, Sydney NSW 2000
02 9251 3363
Austrian Consulate General Melbourne
Rm 802, 8th Floor, 180 William Street, VIC 3000 Melbourne
03 9225 8750
Please check the website of the Austrian Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs
for further contact details.
No entry permit (visa) is needed to stay in Austria as either tourists or on a business trip for a period of up to three months.
If you enter Austria visa free, you are generally not allowed to take up any employment there.
Please note, that Austria has no working holiday visa
agreement with Australia
. Such visas are only available for eligible New Zealand citizens.
No inoculations are required for visitors from Australia/New Zealand.