Every visitor to Australia must have a passport, Electronic Travel Authority
(ETA) or non-electronic label visa, proof of onward or return ticket,
and sufficient funds. An ETA or non-electronic label visa is required
for tourist or business stays of up to 3 months. An ETA is an electronically
stored authority to travel to Australia. Application forms are available
from participating travel agencies or online http://www.immi.gov.au/e_visa/visitors.htm
or by contacting an Australian
Now you can also
obtain your Australian visa by calling our travel partner, Travel
Portfolio at 818-907-7981 and for nominal fee they will issue
the visa and e-mail it directly to you.
The Australian Government has developed a new traveler-friendly website, TravelSECURE, to help you to navigate the security checks at the airport quickly and easily and to ensure you are adequately prepared for your trip. TravelSECURE is an easy-to-use resource that consolidates traveler and transport security information, videos and fact sheets in one easy-to-find place. The site includes information about prohibited items, passenger and baggage screening, and liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) restrictions. Travelers will also find recommendations about traveling with children, laptops, medicines and sports equipment. Key pages from TravelSECURE have been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and Spanish to ensure greater accessibility.
Visit http://travelsecure.infrastructure.gov.au for more information.
Requirements and Customs Regulations are subject to change without
notice, always check with your travel arranger and/or the proper
authorities before traveling internationally. It is the responsibility
of each passenger to carry the proper travel documentation and to
meet the entry conditions of each country on their itinerary.