We will upload a new form when visa applications are being processed in the future, after the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Please note that visa fees changed on 17 July 2019.
Visa Application Procedure
The Consulate is currently closed. We will advise when we are open for visa applications when borders re-open. If you require information you can email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond as soon as possible.
The Consulate office no longer accepts drop off/pick up applications.
We will advise when on-the-spot visas can be issued and any changes to the process.
PREVIOUS INFORMATION IS BELOW – PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PROCESS MAY CHANGE CONSIDERABLE ONCE BORDERS ARE OPEN.
For postal applications, regular visa processing can take up to 10 business days from the date the application is received. Once finalised, your passport will be returned via your self-addressed Registered Post or Signature Express Post envelope. Visas may take longer than 2 weeks to process during our busy months from August to November, or as a result of limited staffing.
Your current passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Nepal.
Submitting your visa application by post:
You may post (via Registered Post or Signature Express Post) your signed visa application (one copy only), a passport photo of yourself, your passport and a Postal Money Order or Bank issued cheque made payable to the Consulate General of Nepal for the correct amount. We do not accept personal cheques. Please enclose an extra Registered Mail or Signature Express Post envelope (clearly addressed to yourself) so we may return your passport.
Do not use standard Express Post envelopes for sending or receiving passports. It is not safe. For an extra $2.95 you can purchase a Signature Express Post envelope from your Post Office which provides the security of obtaining a signature on collection as well as the usual tracking facility.
The Consulate is not responsible for any loss or damage to documents sent via mail/post or any undelivered passports because of insufficient postage, flimsy envelopes or other incidents that may occur during transit or handling of documents.
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
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