Visa Application Form

The Consulate is currently closed (during the COVID-19 pandemic). We will advise when we are open for visa applications and when borders re-open. If you require information you can email the office at consul@nepalconsulate.com.au and we will respond as soon as possible.

Emergency Visas during COVID-19 Pandemic

Only people who have prior clearance can be issued a visa at the current time. Your must have a valid reason for emergency travel. You must contact the Nepal Embassy in Canberra for authorisation and if your application is successful they will notify the Consulate office of your approval to travel.  

Contact the Embassy on (02) 6286-8004, email eoncanberra@mofa.gov.np.

If you have received authority to travel you can contact the Consulate (by email) and download and fill in the visa application form – click here for the form. You must have an appointment to have your approved visa issued. Please email the Consulate Office with all your details and we will contact you as soon as possible click here to email. Please expect delays as the office is not currently open – we are working with greatly reduced staffing capacity – we are checking our emails as often as possible.

The Consulate office no longer accepts drop off/pick up applications or casual drop in/on-the spot applications.

We will advise when the office re-opens for business and any advise any changes to the visa application process.

PLEASE NOTE THAT USUAL THE VISA APPLICATION PROCESS MAY CHANGE CONSIDERABLY ONCE BORDERS ARE OPEN.

Passport Validity

Your current passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Nepal.

Visa Fees as at 17th July 2019
Please note that all visas are multiple entry.

Please see the Visa Fees page for pricing.

Mr Joseph A Tooma
Honorary Consul for Nepal in Brisbane

Level 5, 269 Wickham Street
Fortitude Valley Queensland  4006
Telephone (07) 3257-0697
Email  consul@nepalconsulate.com.au
Web www.nepalconsulate.com.au

Travel Documents – for Bhutanese/Tibetans (Travel Document must have a minimum of SIX (6) MONTH validity period at the time of entry into Nepal)

Bhutanese/Tibetans who wish to travel to Nepal using a Travel Document/Certificate of Identity and other forms of documents issued to enable them to travel internationally) other than valid Ordinary Passport must provide the following documents before a tourist visa can be issued:

  • Completed Tourist Visa application form by applicant seeking visa (with one passport size photograph, and contact details including  direct contact number and email)
  • Photocopy of Travel Document (bio page only)
  • Letter of sponsorship by a Nepali national resident in Nepal – signed by the sponsor
  • Photocopy of sponsor’s Nepali Citizenship Certificate
  • Photocopy of visa page(s) if the applicant has been issued with a Nepal Tourist visa previously
  • Payment as per  visa payment schedule