Australia



NameAustralia
Top Level Domain
.au
Alpha2 CodeAU
Alpha3 CodeAUS
Calling Codes
61
CapitalCanberra
Alt Spellings
AU
RegionOceania
SubregionAustralia and New Zealand
Population24117360
Latlng
-27
133
DemonymAustralian
Area7692024
Gini30.5
Timezones
UTC+05:00
UTC+06:30
UTC+07:00
UTC+08:00
UTC+09:30
UTC+10:00
UTC+10:30
UTC+11:30
Borders
Native NameAustralia
Numeric Code036
Currencies
CodeAUD
NameAustralian dollar
Symbol$
Languages
Iso639_1en
Iso639_2eng
NameEnglish
Native NameEnglish
Translations
DeAustralien
EsAustralia
FrAustralie
Jaオーストラリア
ItAustralia
BrAustrália
PtAustrália
NlAustralië
HrAustralija
Faاسترالیا
Flaghttps://restcountries.eu/data/aus.svg
Regional Blocs
CiocAUS

Cities

Canberra

Adelaide

Brisbane

Cairns

Darwin

Douglas

Geelong

Gold Coast

Hobart

Mandurah

Melbourne

Perth

Port Hedland

Rockhampton

Sydney

Townsville

Wollongong

Destinations

Blue Mountains National Park

National Park in Blue Mountains

Bondi Beach

Beach in Bondi

Broome And The Kimberley Areas

Broome Bird Observatory

Nature Reserve in Broome

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

National Park in Cradle Country & The West

Daintree Rainforest

Forest in The Daintree

Fraser Island

Great Barrier Reef

Great Ocean Road Australia

Kakadu National Park

National Park in Top End

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Sanctuary

Wildlife Reserve in Alice Springs

Pink Lake

Lake in Horrocks & Port Gregory

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Bridge in Circular Quay & The Rocks

Sydney Opera House

Notable Building in Circular Quay & The Rocks

Twelve Apostles

Landmark in Port Campbell National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

National Park in The Red Centre


If you are aged between 18 and 30 you may be eligible for a working holiday visa. The visa allows a stay of up to 12 months from the date of first entry to Australia, regardless of whether or not you spend the whole time in Australia.

You are allowed to do any kind of work of a temporary or casual nature, but work for more than six months with any one employer is not permitted.

Working holiday makers must hold a passport of a country which has a reciprocal arrangement with Australia. Currently, these countries are:

Bangladesh, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong,  Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan and United Kingdom.

Australian Working Holiday Information

All travelers to Australia, other than Australian and New Zealand citizens, are required to hold a valid visa to travel to Australia.

Visitors from Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, Norway, Netherlands, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, USA and Vatican City can apply for an ETA that allows you to visit for up to 3 months per visit in a 12 month period. The visa is free but you need to pay a service fee (A$20) to apply.

Australian ETA -(visa class 601)

There is also an evisitor that is valid for all countries in the European Union. There are few different details for work and business. The 651 visa is free.

eVisitor 651


Everyone else can apply for a 600 class visa that costs A$130

Please read the rules and regulations carefully, they can be lengthy and confusing. Rules can change from consulate to consulate and can take a lot of time and patience.

Visiting Australia

Australian Embassies and Consulates

Foreign embassies in Australia


Note: Please confirm details with embassy because policies do change with time



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