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ŠKODA Superb new frontline car of New Zealand Police


New Zealand Police has selected the Škoda Superb as the new frontline Police car. Throughout the tender process, environmentally friendly Škoda Superb models stood out as ideal primary response vehicles. Police would be using station wagons as… more ►

The Czech Republic helps Australia after destructive fires


At the start of February 2020 the Czech Republic sent 2 million CZK to help alleviate the effects of destructive fires in Australia, specifically in the state of Victoria.   The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tomáš Petříček, already approved the… more ►

The Pilot Youth Work and Holiday Programme has been extended for another two years


The Pilot Youth Work and Holiday Programme started on 1 March 2018 and is going to operate until 28 February 2022. As of this date, Australian nationals may apply for a long-term visa to facilitate their experience of the Czech Republic. more ►

Czech stall once again at the National Multicultural Festival in Canberra


From 21st – 23rd February 2020, one of the largest cultural events of the year, the National Multicultural Festival took place in Australia’s capital. Just like in past years, the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Canberra set up… more ►

Project Czechia in Australia 2020


On 22nd of January we officially launched our specially-themed web pages Czechia in Australia (here), which will not only map the footprint made by Czechs on the fifth continent, but will also commemorate 100 years since the opening of the… more ►

The Czech Republic sends aid to a bush-fire devastated Australia


Today, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic decided to provide humanitarian aid to Australia to ease the impact of the destructive fires in the state of Victoria. more ►

Czech Parliamentary Delegation in Australia


After the successful completion of their program in New Zealand, the Foreign Committee of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, led by Deputy Speaker Vojtěch Pikal, continued to Australia. Political meetings took place… more ►