Australian High Commission
Mauritius, Seychelles, Madagascar, Comoros, Reunion Island (consular)

Welcome to the Australian High Commission in Mauritius. We are also accredited to Seychelles, Comoros and Madagascar and have consular accreditation to Reunion Island.

Australia has strong and longstanding relations with our fellow island nations in the south west Indian Ocean. We share an interest in a peaceful, prosperous and open region. We cooperate in trade and investment, tourism, culture, the blue economy, climate change resilience amongst many other fields. 

Australia is committed to working with the countries in this region as a friend and partner, including through the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) and the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA). 

Australians in this region are encouraged to subscribe to travel advice updates through

If you would like to see more about what we are up to, check out our Facebook and X feeds.


Office closure notice - Reconcilliation Day

The Australian High Commission office in Port Louis (Rogers House) will be closed on Monday 27 May 2024. The High Commission will resume normal operation on Tuesday 28 May 2024.

If you are an Australian citizen and in need of urgent consular assistance, please call +61262613305.


Consular Assistance

We provide consular advice and services to Australians in Mauritius, Madagascar, Seychelles, Comoros and Reunion Island.

Emergency Assistance

The Australian Government provides 24-hour a day emergency consular assistance.

If you are an Australian citizen requiring urgent consular assistance call the Chancery on +230 202 0160 between 08:30 and 15:30.

Outside local working hours, call the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Consular Operations Centre directly on:

  • +61 2 6261 3305 from overseas
  • 1300 555 135 from within Australia

Travel Advice

Get travel advice from Smartraveller and follow our social media platforms for regular updates – Twitter and Facebook.

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