Embassy of Australia headed by Ambassador H.E. Ruth Stewart hosted a premiere of a new Australian comedy The Merger held at the Yugoslav Film...
Prime Minister Ana Brnabić met with Australian Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Ruth Stewart and talked about the further enhancement of bilateral cooperation between the...
New Australian Ambassador to Serbia
Ruth Stewart holds a B.A. degree from the University of Melbourne and a Graduate Certificate in Humanitarian Leadership from Deakin University. Mrs Stewart is a...
H.E. Ambassador Julia Feeney soon to become the honorary citizen of Belgrade
H.E. Julia Feeney, Ambassador Of Australia To Serbia
“We have very good relations and they have traditionally been that way. What we need to do, both ways, is improve them, by making...
The Australian Embassy and Chopin Fest hosted a piano concert by renowned Australian pianist and professor Michael Leslie, in the Belgrade City Hall.
Anzac Day, a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand, was today marked by the Embassy of Australia in Serbia.
The event was held at the Sava Centre before the dance company’s performance and a day after their triumphant performance at the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad.
Embassy of Australia hosted a cocktail reception in honour of the Sydney Dance company’s performance at the closing of the 15th Belgrade Dance Festival
There were plenty of events in 2017 to raise the eyebrows or cause the heart to skip a beat
On Friday, 17 November, Belgrade audience can expect a special stand-up evening because Nick Cody and Micky Bartlett are going to be guests of...
The second annual Balkan Ashes, an exhibition cricket match between teams of the Australian and British embassies, played on the Lisičji Jarak field, saw Australia retain the title
27.6.2017 - A five-year Serbian-Australian undertaking that will engage a team from the Institute of Archaeology in Belgrade and the University of Sydney, commencing end of June 2017
1.6.2017ASCC aims to familiarise local economic players and key interlocutors with the chamber’s mission
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dačić met today with Heads of diplomatic missions from...
Within the traditional anniversary of the death of British doctor Elisabeth Ross, the embassies of the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada, in cooperation with the National Museum in Kragujevac, organised a photographic exhibition entitled “Allied Medical Missions in Serbia 1914-1918: The Role of the UK, Australia and Canada” at the Residence of Prince Mihailo.
The cultural event “Celebrate Australia” has been held at Belgrade City Hall, hosted by H.E. Julia Feeney, Ambassador of Australia to Serbia, and Belgrade City Manager Goran Vesić. Milijana Nikolić, an opera singer of Australian-Serbian origin, performed at the event, while an exhibition of Aboriginal art was also staged.