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Local services

Emergency services

In case of emergency in Port Moresby, dial:

  • police: 000
  • ambulance: 111
  • fire department: 110

In the rest of the country, there is no centralized number to reach emergency services.

Local emergency services - Papua New Guinea white pages

Consular assistance

There is no resident Canadian government office in Papua New Guinea. Canadians in Papua New Guinea can obtain consular assistance and further information from the Australian High Commission to Papua New Guinea, in Port Moresby, under the Canada-Australia Consular Services Sharing Agreement.

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Port Moresby - High Commission of Australia
Street AddressGodwit Road, Waigani NCD, Port Moresby, Papua New GuineaTelephone(+675) 7090 0100Fax(+675) 325 9239Emailconsular.portmoresby@dfat.gov.auInternetwww.png.embassy.gov.au
Canberra - High Commission of Canada
Street AddressCommonwealth Avenue, Canberra ACT, Australia 2600Telephone(61) 2 6270 4000Fax(61) 2 6270 4060Emailcnbra@international.gc.caInternetwww.australia.gc.caServicesPassport Services AvailableFacebookCanada Down UnderTwitter@canadadownunderConsular servicesThe High Commission of Canada in Canberra issues passports to Canadian citizens in the states of Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, and Western Australia; in the Australian Capital Territory; in Papua New Guinea; and in the Pacific islands in its jurisdiction (Guam, Marshall Islands, Micronesia (FSM), Nauru, New Caledonia, the Northern Marianas, Palau, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu).

For emergency consular assistance, call the High Commission of Australia, in Port Moresby, and follow the instructions. At any time, you may also contact the Emergency Watch and Response Centre in Ottawa.

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