The pavilion focusses on Australia’s innovations in low emissions technology. It also shows how Australia is working with partner countries to reduce emissions and grow our economies together.
If you are unable to attend COP26 in person, you can join our virtual events or learn more about Australia’s climate action below.
Visit our pavilion
The Australian pavilion will be located at PV 88 in Hall 5 of the Scottish Event Campus (SEC), Glasgow
We warmly welcome all COP26 attendees to our pavilion. Please join us to:
- recharge at our coffee bar
- learn more about Australia’s practical climate action
- network with colleagues from around the globe.
The pavilion will be open between 8 am and 10 pm from Monday 1 to Friday 12 November.
See our latest announcements
Australia’s latest announcements from COP26.
Australia is hosting an informative and engaging series of events during COP26.
These events will highlight the work that Australia is undertaking to reduce emissions and build resilience in our nation and region. The program has been designed to showcase the action being undertaken by government and industry.
We hope you can join us.
Event start times are listed below in local Glasgow time (GMT)
Learn about our climate action
Australia has made strong progress towards:
our emissions reduction targets
switching to renewable energy
building resilience to our changing climate.
The projects and technologies we are investing in have enabled us to reduce emissions faster than many other advanced economies.
We are working with domestic and international partners to harness innovation.
We have exciting plans for the future. Learn more about our core action areas.
Connect with us and our partners
- Australian Renewable Energy Agency
- Bureau of Meteorology
- Clean Energy Regulator
- Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment
- Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
- Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
- Geoscience Australia
The Australian Government has released a public communication campaign to help all Australians understand our initiatives to cut emissions – and the progress Australia has made.