Australia House is the oldest Australian diplomatic mission and is the longest continuously occupied foreign mission in London. King George V laid the building’s foundation stone in 1913 but it was not until August 1918 and the end of the First World War that he officially opened the completed building. The Australian High Commission represents the interests of the Australian Government in the UK and provides services to Australians. The Australian High Commission is a proud supporter of Never Such Innocence and is honoured to have hosted the charity's launch event in Australia House.

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