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호주 현지 대한민국 공관

  • 대사관

    • 관할지역 : 캔버라(ACT), 애들레이드(SA), 호바트(TAS), 퍼스(WA)
    • 주소 : 113 Empire Circuit, Yarralumla ACT 2600
    • 전화 : 02 6270 4100
    • 긴급전화 : 0408 815 922
    • 이메일 : [email protected]
  • 시드니 총영사관

    • 관할지역 : 시드니(NSW), 다윈(NT), 브리즈번(QLD)
    • 주소 : Level 13, 111 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000
    • 전화 : 02 9210 0200
    • 긴급전화 : 0421 525 446
    • 이메일 : [email protected]
  • 멜번 분관

    • 관할지역 : 멜번(VIC)
    • 주소 : Level 10, 636 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3004
    • 전화 : 03 9533 3800
    • 긴급전화 : 0417 965 910
    • 이메일 : [email protected]
  • hello워홀

    • 전화 : 02 6270 4149
    • 이메일 : [email protected]
    • 카페 : cafe.naver.com/hellowh
    • 페이스북 : www.facebook.com/whmsupport
    • 카카오톡 : WhmSupport

외교부 영사콜센터

  • 24시간 해외 사건 사고에 대한 상담 및 대응
  • 통역서비스 : 긴급상황 시 호주 경찰, 소방관, 의사 등과의 통역 지원
  • 신속해외송금지원제도 접수

    • 소지품 도난, 분실 등 긴급하게 현금이 필요한 경우 미화 3천불 한도 내에서 국내 가족이 외교부 계좌에 원화를 입금하면 해외 체류중인 본인에게 현지 통화로 전달해 주는 제도
    • 지원 절차
    • 영사콜센터에 신속해외송금지원 제도 이용 요청
    • 가족이 한국에서 농협계좌(1310-01-001001, 예금주:외교부)로 원화 입금
    • 가까운 재외공관에서 신청인에게 호주 $ 지급
  • 기타 영사민원 지원
  • 전화 : +800 2100 0404
  • www.0404.go.kr

호주 내 긴급 전화

  • 경찰

    • 긴급 상황 : 000
    • 기타 : 131 444 (Victoria주 : 03 9247 6666)
  • 구급차, 소방서 : 000
  • 통역서비스

    • 전화 : 13 14 50
    • 통역 요청 시, "Korean please" 라고 얘기하면 한국어 통역원이 연결되며, 본인이 통화하고 싶은 호주 기관과 3자 통화 가능.
    • 일반 사기업은 해당 서비스를 받을 수 없는 경우가 많음
    • 미리 예약한 경우 현장 통역 서비스도 이용 가능
    • www.tisnational.gov.au
  • 한인무료법률상담

    • 한호변호사협회에서 법률문제로 어려움에 처한 한인을 대상으로 기본적인 상담서비스 제공
    • 예약 : 02 8078 4608 / [email protected]
    • 상담 : 매달 첫째 화요일 18:30~21:30, 시드니 총영사관 민원실
    • 전화 및 이메일 상담은 불가능하며 예약된 날짜에 참석 필수
  • 주별 한인회

    • ACT : 캔버라한인회 02 6241 1111, homepy.korean.net/~actkorean/www/
    • NSW : 시드니한인회 02 9798 8800, www.koreanet.org.au
    • SA : 남부호주한인회 08 8212 8345
    • WA : 서부호주한인회 08 9358 6077 www.wakorean.org.au
    • QLD : 브리즈번한인회 0424 724 624 www.ksqld.org
    • 골드코스트한인회 0433 513 782 www,qldkorean.com
    • VIC : 빅토리아주한인회 03 9543 4076 www.korean.org.au
  • 주별 워홀러협의회

    • ACT : 홍준섭 캔버라 워홀러협의회장 0416 771 277
    • SA : 유영만 애들레이드 워홀러협의회장 0431 240 843
    • QLD : 김용성 브리즈번 워홀러협의회장 0403 252 609
    • TAS : 김바울(재봉) 호바트 워홀러협의회장 0404 842 817
    • 박승민 론세스톤 워홀러협의회장 0403 745 837
    • VIC : 백준호 멜번 워홀러협의회장 0405 796 095
  • 주별 워홀러상담원(워킹홀리데이 관련 문제 상담)

    • TAS : 심재기 상담원 0411 549 907
    • VIC : 백준호 상담원 0405 796 095
    • SA : 김도영 상담원 0430 458 456
    • WA : 장수근 상담원 0404 938 563
    • QLD(브리즈번) : 김용성 상담원 0403 252 609
    • QLD(골드코스트) : 강석인 상담원 0422 190 511
    • QLD(케언즈) : 박경미 상담원 0423 692 519
    • WA : 장수근 상담원 0404 938 563
    • SA : 김도영 상담원 0430 458 456
    • QLD(브리즈번) : 김용성 상담원 0403 252 609
    • QLD(골드코스트) : 강석인 상담원 0401 343 282
    • QLD(케언즈) : 박경미상담원 0423 692 519
  • 주별 영사협력원(사건 사고 및 순회영사 업무 상담)

    • SA : 0403 701 186
    • WA : 0433 135 057
    • TAS : 0403 745 278
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호주 운전면허 필기시험 연습문제

NSW 주 에서 실시하는 Australia Driver Knowledge Test 관련 유용한 정보를 알려드려요

호주 운전면허 필기시험 연습 문제 ( NSW ) 주

아이폰 (iPhone) 호주 운전면허 필기시험 앱(APP)

한국어 핸드북

한국어로 시험이 가능하며 한국어로 된 자세한 설명을 보려면 아래 링크로 가셔서 한국어 핸드북을 다운 받아 볼 수 있습니다.

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더굿리뷰: [ 4.9 / 5.0 ]

The 10 most Australian values that make Australia so valuable

최근 말콤 턴불 (Malcolm Turnbull) 총리는 시민권 시험 기준이 획기적으로 변경될 예정이라고 발표했습니다.

특히 앞으로의 시민권 시험은 ‘호주인들의 가치관’을 얼마나 이해하고 있는 지 여부를 시험하는 방향으로 바뀔 것이라고 강하게 주장했었죠.

그렇다면 도대체 호주인들의 특별한 가치관에는 어떻것들이 있을까요?

1. The gift of the nature strip

You can take anything you like from the nature strip.

Generations of Australians have been raised to cherish the principle that when you don’t need something anymore — be it kitchen appliance, games console or lounge suite — you chuck it on the grass out the front: and anyone who happens to be passing and sees something they fancy is free to grab it.

Council regulations might say otherwise, but the freedom to gather up strangers’ garbage whenever opportunity knocks is a vital Australian value and one we do well to safeguard.

2. The front seat
The front seat is the proper place to sit in a taxi.

I grew up watching American movies and TV shows where people always jumped in the back of cabs, but when it came time for me to catch a taxi, the back seat never felt right, and with good reason: I am an Australian, and the Australian way to ride in a cab is up front next to the driver.

We do not do this because it is pleasant. No, we do it simply because it is right. Because we live our egalitarian ideals every day and in every way, particularly those ways that are insignificant and objectively meaningless.

3. Hating/respecting authority

Australians are resolutely committed to calling themselves anti-authoritarian.

It is every Australian’s moral duty to declare, with great frequency and volume, how much we as a people hate authority and define ourselves by our rebellious free-spirited nature.

However, to be truly Australian it is important that these declarations are never put into practice: real Australians respect authority with a zealot’s passion, and demand harsh punishments for those who defy it. As long as these demands are punctuated by the aforementioned proclamations of our anti-authoritarian nature, Australianness is maintained.

4. Democracy sausages
Australians think mentioning sausages on election day is hilarious. It may be a uniquely Australian value to stage sausage sizzles at polling places.

But it’s definitely a great Australian value to mark every state or federal election with incessant references to “democracy sausages” and a deep, unshakeable belief that every single one of these references is 24-carat comedy gold.

5. A sport obsession
We believe ourselves to be unusually obsessed with sport.

Whether lauding our religious devotion to sport or decrying it, all Australians are united in the belief that our national obsession is uniquely overwhelming.

It is a wonderful Australian value to think nobody loves sport as much as us. Or to put it another way, it is a wonderful Australian value to have never heard of the NBA, the NFL, or soccer.

6. A love of (TV) democracy
We are profoundly democratic. So committed to participatory democracy are we that our most prestigious entertainment award, the Gold Logie, is won on the basis of a public vote.

The Gold Logie is awarded to the “Most Popular Personality”, and can be won by anyone, regardless of ability, accomplishment, or whether they’ve actually been on TV that year or not.

As long as they get the votes, they get the gold — no country is so invested in the democratic process for popular personality determination.

In political terms, we’re a bit more ambivalent, but in TV awards, our love of democracy is absolute.

7. Americanism

We can’t stand Americanism. We are a proud people who resent US cultural imperialism, and apart from music, television, movies, clothes and food, we reject the empty glamour of the Yanks.

8. Creativity

We are deeply suspicious of imagination. When it comes to chants at sporting events, a simple, “Aussie Aussie Aussie! Oi oi oi!” will do.

We designed our flag by copying another country’s flag and drawing a picture of the sky. And we make Neighbours.

Creativity is not something encouraged in the Australian psyche, and anyone who allows themselves to imagine things unseen and dream of things unknown cannot reasonably expect a comfortable place in Australian society.

From the music of AC/DC to the exquisite simplicity of the pub parma, Australians pride themselves on just how far inside the box their thinking is. Other countries can run around being fancy: it’s not our way.

9. Reasons for a day off

We want a day off. As Australians, we are heirs to a magnificent birthright: to take a day off from work for literally any reason.

Reasons for an Australian to miss work include: religious holidays; historical commemorations; a weekday falling between a weekend and a religious holiday or historical commemoration; a weekday falling before or after a weekend that has a religious holiday or historical commemoration on the other side of it; the fake birthday of a Queen; a horse race; a football game being on tomorrow; feeling a bit sick; getting to bed late the night before; missing a train; needing a haircut; noticing it’s a lovely day outside and why not go to the beach; having a big breakfast; and being unemployed.

No other country works as hard at coming up with reasons to skip work, because no other country deserves a day off as much as we do.

10. Larrikins?

We are larrikins. Nobody knows what this means, but we definitely are.

더굿리뷰: [ 4.9 / 5.0 ]