Australia–Ireland relations

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Australian–Irish relations
Map indicating locations of Ireland and Australia



Australian–Irish relations are foreign relations between Australia and Ireland. Australia has an embassy in Dublin. Ireland has an embassy in Canberra, a Consulate General in Sydney and an honorary consulate in Victoria, and both nations are former British colonies.


Monthly value of Australian merchandise exports to Ireland (A$ millions) since 1988
Monthly value of Irish merchandise exports to Australia (A$ millions) since 1988

About 20% of the Australian population have Irish ancestry, which often predates Irish Independence in 1922.[citation needed]

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