Today’s a great day to be looking to move services to the public cloud in Australia with Microsoft announcing the availability of their local Microsoft Azure Australian Geography.

You can find out if your existing Azure Subscription has access to the two Regions (Australia East and Australia Southeast) by running the following PowerShell snippet.


# we're assuming you've already setup your subscription for Powershell
# using Import-AzurePublishSettingsFile

Get-AzureLocation | Where-Object {$_.DisplayName.Contains("Australia")}

If you get a result back that looks similar to the below then you’re good to go!

PowerShell Results Window

If you don’t get a result back then stay tuned as there will be more information coming soon from Microsoft on how to get access to these Regions.

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  1. […] How to find out if your Azure Subscription can use the Australian Regions. […]

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