Australia Tourist Visa ( Subclass 600 ) allows people to visit Australia for a holiday, visit family or friends (for a stay up to 12 months) or for a short term non work purpose.
There are no “eligible” passports in order to apply for this visa and therefore anyone can apply so long as there is a genuine reason to visit Australia.
Australia Tourist Visa Subclass 600 allows people to visit Australia for a holiday, visit family or friends (for a stay up to 12 months) or for a short term non work purposes.
This visa lets you travel to Australia:
Up to 12 months
The Australia Visit Visa is used by visiting individuals, families and businesspersons to facilitate short travel and tourism to Australia. There are three major subtypes of this visa:
Following documents are required for the Australia tourist visa:
The Visitor visa (subclass 600) lets you visit Australia for tourism or business visitor activities.
Tourism includes holidays, recreation and seeing family or friends.
Business visitor activities may include attending a conference, negotiation or an exploratory business visit.
You must possess a passport valid for travel to the United States with a validity date at least six months beyond your intended period of stay in the United States.
People intending informal study or training for less than 3 months, may also apply for a Visitor visa.
Parents of Australian citizens and permanent residents are able to apply for Visitor visas to visit Australia for longer.
The department will grant on a case-by-case basis:
Please note that a condition will be placed on these visas that restricts the time you spend in Australia to 12 months in every 18 months.
With effect from 13 November 2017, it is mandatory to have an appointment for the submission of visa applications at all the Australian Visa Application Centres (AVAC) in India.
This “Track your Application” facility can only be used if you have already submitted an application for a Visa at the Australian Visa Application Centre and have received an acknowledgement with a tracking number.
You can track your application by entering the Reference Number (VLN Number) on the receipt received from the Visa Application Centre and your Date of Birth by using:
See: Application Status
Note: The tracking functionality will only work for 20 working days after lodgement.