Repatriation of Deceased Body in Sydney, Australia
Our global network partners conduct the process, in assisting the progress of required permits, governmental authorities, airlines and communications when dealing with foreign nations.
Our working operations run from 24 Hours – 7 Days a week, to provide you with the needed assistance in the tough times. With sympathetic support, advice and a diverse range of options, we ensure your departed loved one is treated with the complete respect. Our worldwide repatriation services are conducted throughout Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Australia
Information in this article is produced by smartraveller.gov.au:
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) provides assistance to Australians who find themselves in trouble overseas. This support is commonly known as consular services. These services are administered through our headquarters in Canberra and through Australian embassies. The High Commissions and Consulates are involved to carry out services successfully. The Australian Government will do everything to help all Australians in trouble overseas. However there are legal and practical limits to provide assistance to travelers in foreign nations.
The Consular Services Charter sets out the standards of services it offers which are available on smartraveller.gov.au. A directory of Australian overseas mission displays in the ‘Getting Help Overseas’ section of Travel Smart: Death Overseas. You will get the Smart Traveler booklet issued with your passport and is available online at smartraveller.gov.au. Canadian missions that provide consular assistance to Australians are also listed in Travel Smart: Death Overseas.
You can contact the Consular Emergency Centre (CEC) in Canberra which runs 24 hours for assistance from anywhere in the world on +61 2 6261 3305 or in Australia on 1300 555 135 (local cost within Australia).
Australians overseas who are in need of counseling services can contact our Consular Emergency Centre on +61 2 6261 3305 to be transferred to a Lifeline Telephone Counselor.
Take out travel insurance to cover hospital treatment, medical evacuation and any activities in which you plan to participate.
Before you travel to overseas, register your travel and contact details online at smartraveller.gov.au or at the local Australian embassy, and high commission or consulate. This will help us to locate and contact you in emergency.
Each and every piece of information has been prepared carefully. Neither the Australian Government nor its agents or employees, including any member of Australia’s diplomatic and consular staff overseas, can accept liability for any injury, loss or damage arising in respect of any statement contained here.
Repatriation of Body to Australia
International repatriation may seem complex as it involves the bringing of a body back to the country of origin. Overseas repatriation has a profound experience which takes the utmost responsibility of bringing a body back to Sydney, Australia. We take care of all the required documentation to keep you from hassle and deliver the services successfully.
Let us know your needs and get you the required support.