Dialing Code for Australia to other International Country -

Dialing Code for Australia to India

Here you will find the country code or dialing code for Australia and India. You will also see that how you can call from Australia to India . *Please read the rules described below carefully before calling to India.

Country - Calling From

Country - Calling To

India - Area/City

General International standard format to call from Australia to India

  • 11
    Exit Code
  • 91
    Country Code
  • ###
    Area Code [###]
  • 95688XXXXX
    Local Number

Below are the information and rules we need to follow to call India.

  • First at all dial exit code for Australia. ISD code or exit code for Australia is 11.
  • Now dial country code or dialling code for India is 91.
  • Dial area code of that particular region. Also note that in some cases area code in not necessary, you can skip area code and direct dial subscriber number.
  • Dial user Subscriber identification or Local Subscriber number.

Note* - If there is X value exist in Exit/IDD Code, replace the value of X with the alphanumeric code of network carriers.

Now we have the conclusion that, the possible format to call from Australia to India is 11 91 [Area Code] ###.

India Dialing Code - +91

Country Numeric Code356
CapitalNew Delhi
Phones User893862000
Currency CodeINR
Internet User61338000

Australia Exit Code - 11

Country Numeric Code36
Phones User24400000
Currency CodeAUD
Internet User15810000

To call India, Australia use 11 exit code to call any international country. It is compulsory to dial exit number of Australia, without this it is not possible to call internationally, exit code also stands for IDD.

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