Australia is a wonderful country to visit on holiday or for business.
With its fantastic climate, sand and surf, unique wildlife, and relaxed, laid-back culture, it’s no wonder Australia is such a popular travel destination!
But if you want to visit Australia, you need to get your visa sorted first.
If you want to visit Australia for travel, business, or family reasons, then a tourist visa may be suitable for you. You may be eligible for a travel or eVisitor visa if you hold a passport from one of several European, Asian, or North American countries (see lists below). These visas allow you to visit Australia for up to three months at a time, as often as you want within twelve months.
Alternatively, if you’re not a passport holder from a country listed below, you may be eligible for a single entry visa that allows you to visit Australia for up to three, six, or twelve months.
If you want to work in Australia before, after, or while you travel, you could also consider a working holiday visa
You don’t want to ruin your holiday or miss your grandmother’s 80th birthday because you made an easily-avoidable mistake with your visa. Australian tourist visas also come with several key restrictions you need to be aware of.
At McFarlane Migration Services, your Brisbane migration agent will review your situation, advise you on the most suitable tourist visa for you, and explain any restrictions you’ll be under.
That way, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing you’re applying for the right visa the right way.
If you need to apply for a single entry visa or another, more complicated visa, your migration agent will also complete and lodge your visa application for you.
In Australia we have a saying: “better to be safe than sorry”. This means that it’s better to take a precaution than to take a risk. So if you want to travel to Australia, don’t take a risk – talk to McFarlane Migration first.
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If you want to visit Australia and you hold a passport from one of the following countries, you may be eligible for a Subclass 651 visa. This visa lets you visit Australia for up to three months at a time, as many times as you’d like for twelve months.
To be eligible, you must hold a passport from: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Republic of San Marino, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom (British citizen), or Vatican City.
You may be eligible for a Subclass 601 visa if you hold a passport from one of the following countries. With this visa, you can visit Australia for up to three months at a time, as many times as you’d like for twelve months.
To apply, you need to be outside Australia and hold a passport from: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, Norway, Portugal, Republic of San Marino, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the United States, or Vatican City.
You can apply for a Subclass 600 visa if you’re not eligible for a Subclass 601 or Subclass 651 visa. You may also choose to apply if you need to visit Australia for more than three months at a time. You can apply for this visa while you’re outside Australia or while you’re already here. Either way, you must meet several criteria for your application to be successful.
If you want to work or study as well as travel in Australia, you may want to consider the following visa options:
• working holiday visa
Want to ensure you’re applying for the right tourist visa? McFarlane Migration is just an email away. Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about these visas is accurate as of 25 July 2016. For the latest information about any recent updates or changes, please contact McFarlane Migration today.