The Embassy of the United States in Canberra is the embassy of the United States to Australia. It is one of the largest embassies in the Australian capital of Canberra. It is in the Georgian style of architecture, and was also inspired by the architecture of Christopher Wren. The foundation stone was laid on July 4, 1942, and it opened in 1943. It is situated close to The Lodge, the Australian Prime Minister's official residence in Canberra.
‡ Missions which are located in countries or cities that may be considered a part of more than one continent.
1 Consulate Generals which function as an embassy (ie. consul reports to State Department, not the respective country's ambassador).
2 The American Institute in Taiwan is ostensibly a public, non-profit organization to promote US-Taiwanese relations, but through State Department staffing & assistance, functions as an informal US diplomatic mission.
3 Represents the US at several UN and non-UN agencies.