Australian Consulate-General
Kolkata, India

Welcome

Welcome to the website of the Australian Consulate-General in Kolkata. This site will provide you relevant links for Australians living and working overseas, as well as servicing Indian business and investment.

This office is responsible for Australia’s trade, commercial and investment interests in the eastern and north eastern Indian states of West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland Odisha,  Sikkim and Tripura.

For Australians in distress, please call the Australian High Commission in New Delhi. If it is outside of business hours, you may call the Consular Emergency Centre in Canberra on +61 2 62611289 or +61 2 62611213. If they cannot resolve your issue from Canberra, they will make contact with a consular official in India who will get in touch with you. See Consular and Passport services.

Contact Information

1A, Ho Chi Minh Sarani 
Kolkata 700-071
West Bengal, India

Tel: +91 900 712 0000

Email: acg.kolkata@dfat.gov.au (General enquiries)

Latest News and Events

Opening of the Australian Consulate-General Kolkata

The Australian Consulate-General opened on 26 March 2019.  The Australian Consul-General to Kolkata, Mr Andrew Ford, commenced on 10 April 2019. He was joined by wife Mrs Christine Ford. For more information, see the "About Us" section.

Meet Andrew Ford, the consul general of the recently reopened Australian consulate general in Calcutta  -  Interview with the Telegraph newspaper

Ode of Remembrance to ANZAC soldiers across India

Australia’s High Commissioner to India, Her Excellency Ms Harinder Sidhu, and Australia’s Consul-General's in Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai paid their respects to martyrs who lost their lives in service to their country. Anzac Day, commemorated on 25 April, marks the anniversary of the first major military action by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZACs) in 1915 during the First World War. Approximately 16,000 Indian troops fought alongside the ANZACs in Gallipoli and around 1,600 lost their lives. Over 8,700 troops from Australia and 2,779 from New Zealand died in that conflict, marking both nations’ greatest loss of life in a single battle.