Under the Consular Sharing Agreement with Canada, the Australian Consulate-General in Noumea can provide some assistance to Canadian citizens in New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis and Futuna.
Canadian citizens travelling or living overseas are invited to register their details on the Canadian consular registrar
Canadian citizens must enter Canada on a Canadian passport if arriving by air.
Canadian citizens living in New Caledonia and requiring official documents, can contact the Consular and Passports Section of the Canadian High Commission in Canberra for assistance.
Canadian citizens living in French Polynesia or Wallis and Futuna and requiring official documents, can contact the Consular and Passport Section of the Canadian High Commission in Wellington for assistance.
Canadian citizens travelling or living overseas who wish to vote in Canadian elections can contact the Consular Section of the Canadian High Commission in Canberra for information.
Further information, including passport and other forms, are available at www.australia.gc.ca.
The Consular Sharing Agreement with Canada does not extend to the assistance of persons with immigration, work, study or visa enquiries. For further information about Canadian entry requirements please consult the Government of Canada website or contact the Canadian Consulate-General in Sydney for assistance and further information, including on biometric data collection.