Foreign affairs officials have revealed 96 Australian citizens and 106 permanent residents remain in Afghanistan as they work to get people out of the country following the Taliban's takeover.
The government secured 34 seats on a flight out of Kabul facilitated by Qatar on October 11 and is focusing on securing seats on further flights.
It is unclear how many visa holders remain in the country.
Some people are also leaving via the land borders and presenting to countries including Pakistan.
Officials are continuing to call, text and email people in Afghanistan and are working to replace lost or damaged travel documents for people trapped in the country.
Family members in Australia are also being updated on the state of play.
Australian Associated Press