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Australia–Ireland relations are foreign relations between the Commonwealth of Australia and the Republic of Ireland. Australia has an embassy in Dublin. Ireland has an embassy in Canberra and a consulate-general in Sydney. Both nations are former British colonies.
About 20% of the Australian population have Irish ancestry, which often predates Irish Independence in 1922.
- Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade about relations with Ireland
- Australia embassy in Dublin
- Irish honorary consulate in Victoria
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