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» eVisitor Visa
The eVisitor Visa is a new travel visa available to European Union passport holders who wish to travel to Australia.
The eVisitor system is designed to streamline the online visa application system for travellers from the EU.
An eVisitor visa will be valid for visits to Australia of up to 3 months at a time, and the eVisitor visa itself will be valid for up to 12 months.
Please note: We do not currently offer eVisitor processing on the Australian Visa Bureau website. However, see below for some alternate Australian travel visa options.
The following passport holders are able to access Australia's eVisitor visa program.
*You are not eligible to apply for the eVisitor if your only passport is a British National Overseas, British Dependent Territories Citizen, British Overseas Citizen, British Protected Person or British Subject passport.
European Union passport holders can also use the Australian ETA Travel Visa system to apply online for a travel visa to Australia.
How to Apply for an Australian ETA Travel Visa
Click here to Apply Online for your Travel Visa
ETA and eVisitor visas are processed instantly and linked electronically to your passport.
Your authorisation will be verified automatically when you check in for your flight to Australia and by an Australian Immigration officer when you arrive.
If you wish to visit Australia for longer than 3 months at one time, please apply online for a Long-Stay Tourist Visa.
Click here to Apply Online for your Long-Stay Tourist Visa
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