Australian High Commission Islamabad
- 13 June 2019 - The Travel Advice for Pakistan has been reviewed and updated on 13 June 2019
- 15 May 2019 - Press Release - High Commissioner hosts World Cup exhibition
- 8 April 2019 - Press Release - Australia's next High Commissioner to Pakistan
- 13 March 2019 - Press Release - AHC-Kinnaird Girls’ Cup 2019: Empowering Girls Through Cricket
- 26 February 2019 - Press Release - Celebrating Australia Day in Spring
- 19 January 2019 - Press Release - AHC-PCB Girls’ Cup 2019: Empowering Girls Through Cricket
- 29 November 2018 - Press Release - Australia hosts film screening on Indigenous People
- 1 October 2018 - Press Release - Australia Supports Cricketing First - Pakistan's first blind cricket team for women and girls
- 18 September 2018 - Press Release - Indus Knowledge Forum - Signing of MOU between Australia and Pakistan
- 16 September 2018 - Press Release - Australia’s Ambassador for Women and Girls visits Pakistan
- 21 August 2018 - Press Release - Australian High Commissioner’s message on Eid-ul-Adha - See: Urdu Translation
- 13 August 2018 - Press Release - Australian High Commissioner’s message on Pakistan’s Independence Day - See: Urdu Translation
- Changes to Australian passport photo requirements - No glasses in new passport photos from 1 July 2018. Glasses will not be allowed in new passport photos taken from 1 July 2018. See the attached No Glasses Flyer. For further information on photo guidelines, visit the Australian Passport Office website.
The Travel Advisory for Pakistan has been reviewed and reissued on Thursday, 13 June 2019
The Pakistan Meteorological Department has issued a tropical cyclone alert for the far south east, including Karachi, for Thursday and Friday. Expect widespread dust and thunderstorms. More information: Pakistan Meteorological Department
We have not changed the level of our advice. We continue to advise you to reconsider your need to travel to Pakistan and do not travel to the border areas with India and Afghanistan.
Further information is in the travel advice for Pakistan and our travel bulletin available at www.smartraveller.gov.au.
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