Visit Australia as often as you wish in a 12-month period. Stay up to 3 months each time you enter Australia.
With this visa you can
- as a tourist – for example, to cruise or have a holiday
- to visit family or friends
- as a business visitor
You can study or train for up to 3 months in total on this visa. But if your main reason for travelling to Australia is study, a student visa might be more appropriate.
As a business visitor, you can:
- make general business or employment inquiries
- investigate, negotiate, enter into or review a business contract
- conduct activities as part of an official government visit
- take part in a conference, trade fair or seminar. The organizers can’t pay you to take part
- work for or provide services to a business or organisation based in Australia
- sell goods or services directly to the public
How long you can stay
This is a temporary visa. We grant it for 12 months. You can enter Australia any time your eVisitor is valid and stay for up to 3 months at a time.
The eVisitor is granted with multiple entry. You can leave and re-enter Australia as many times as you want while it is valid.
You can’t stay in Australia longer by extending this visa. You must apply for another visa.
You can’t include family members in your application. A separate application must be made for each member of your family, including those listed on your passport.
The eVisitor is free.
- We process 90% of applications in 2 days
Your application might take longer to process if:
- you do not fill it in correctly
- you do not include all the documents we need or we need more information from you
- it takes us time to verify your information
- Have an eligible Passport
- You must meet our health requirement.
- You must meet our character requirement.
- Pay your debt to Australian Goverment
- Have enough money: You must have, or have access to, enough money to support yourself while you are in Australia.
- Be a genuine visitor: You must intend to:
- stay only temporarily in Australia
- do only the things the visa allows you to do
- Best interest of the child