Delegation of the European Union to Australia


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EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, Federica Mogherini and EU Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc today presented the EU's vision for a new and comprehensive strategy to improve connectivity between Europe and Asia.


A distinctive cultural experience in Australia’s capital in Spring begins on Friday September 21st  at The Street Theatre when legendary Australian flutist Jane Rutters hosts and performs at the first of three Salons:  Flute Spritis and the Seasons, followed by Composers in Exile and I Love Paris. Entertainment has been carefully crafted by Rutter, presenting  iconic Australian artists in concert followed by a medley of thought, inquiry and convivial discussion.

This document contains advice on personal action in the event of a crisis and recommendations concerning individual preparations for possible assisted relocation.

Statement by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini and Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides on the World Humanitarian Day 2018

The Embassy of Sweden together with our local partner Parents at Work are delighted to present the Swedish-Aussie Dads photo exhibition, featuring Johan Bävman's Swedish Dads photo exhibition and introducing his Aussie Dads photo collection.

Renowned Austrian actress Maxi Blaha stars in BELOVED MUSE - EMILIE FLÖGE at The Street Theatre, setting out in the footsteps of the It-Girl of Viennese Modernism, the fashion pioneer and lover of Gustav Klimit: Emilie Flöge. First performed on the 100th anniversary of Klimt's death at the Belvedere in Vienna, the play has since been touring the world with Maxi Blaha accompanied by Georg Buxhofer on electric bass. Written by Penny Black and directed by Heidelinde Leutgöb. Sunday’s performance will be in German.


On the International Day for the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we celebrate the contributions of indigenous peoples to the diversity and richness of civilizations and cultures and indeed to our common heritage. It is also a day where we take stock of the many achievements in the recognition and realisation of their rights and identify the actions that the world community still needs to take, so that human rights are universally applied without any discrimination.