Welcome to The Australian Embassy
Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Harare. We hope you find this website useful and informative. We welcome Australians living in the area to contact the Embassy about our regular social events on email@example.com. You can also follow the Embassy on Twitter @AusEmbZim
The Australian Embassy in Harare represents the people and Government of Australia in the countries of:
All Australians travelling overseas, whether for tourism or business or for short or long stays, are encouraged to register with Smart Traveller, with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - Australian Aid has offices at the embassy. Visit the Development Cooperation page for more information.
Message from the Australian Ambassador
Stay tuned for a message from our new Ambassador, Ms Bronte Moules, expected to arrive in Zimbabwe in April 2018.
Australia Day 2018 – Australian Ambassador’s Speech
It is a great honour to host this event today, to celebrate Australia, to celebrate our relationship with Zimbabwe and also, on behalf of myself and Christina Landsberg, departing Head of Development Cooperation, to say farewell.
We arrived more or less together in early 2015 and I know I speak for both us when I say that our lives will be forever touched by the friendships and connections we have made, the incredible experiences we have had.
One Big Happy Alumni Family: Australian Alumni in Africa Converge in Harare
On Thursday 27 July 2017, Australian Ambassador Suzanne McCourt hosted a reception for Australian Alumni from eight African countries who were attending an Alumni Leader Workshop in Harare on 27 and 28 July 2017.
To get in touch with Australian Alumni Associations from Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi, contact Rufaro Shumba.
Australian Ambassador officially opens rehabilitated Dombwe Piped Water Scheme in Chegutu
On Friday 14 July, Her Excellency Ambassador Suzanne McCourt visited the Dombwe Piped Water Scheme in Chegutu District. The Scheme benefitted from the rehabilitation of critical infrastructure that had rendered the scheme non-functional since 2000. Australia, through partner Welthungerhilfe (WHH), supported drilling and provision of pumps, pipework, water tanks and water meters. The project assisted Local Authorities to improve systems such as billing, GIS planning, financial management and customer relations, and trained community change agents to promote hygiene and sanitation.