Travelling to holiday or short stay in Australia is a dream for many people around the globe. There is such a broad range of climates, activities, and cultures throughout Australia, people generally travel to Australia many times in their lives, to take in as much of the Australian beauty as they can.
Whether you are passing through or staying for a while, when you come to Australia, you must have a valid Australian Visitor Visa before you can enter Australia.
The Australian Government provide short-term visas to people wanting to travel to Australia on a holiday, to visit friends and family, receive medical treatment or on business.
Although Australian Immigration services welcome tourists to our shores, there are important things you should know before applying for your Australian Visitor Visa.
Unless you are an Australian permanent resident or citizen or an eligible New Zealand citizen, you will need a visa to enter Australia. New Zealand passport holders can apply for their visa upon arrival in the country, but all other passport holders must apply for their Australian Visitor Visa before they leave home.