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Australia is located to the south of Japan. It is a country in Oceania composed of Tasmanian island and other small islands.
Visa and Immigration Procedures to Australia
To travel to Australia, travelers need a valid passport as well as a visa and a return ticket or onward air ticket. US citizens and European nationals visiting Australia for business or tourism purposes for 90 or less days are eligible to apply for Electronic Travel Authority. ETA is an electronic label-free visa. No vaccinations are required to visit Australia, but certain infections require an all-clear from medical officers before entry is permitted to the visitor.
Things/Items Allowed into Australia
If you are aged 18 years or over, you can bring 2.25 liters of alcoholic beverages duty free into Australia. As for tobacco, travelers can bring in 25 grams of tobacco in any form (cigarette, loose leaf, etc.), equivalent to approximately 25 individual cigarettes.
Things/Items Forbidden out of Australia
• Endangered Plants and Animals
Things/Items Forbidden into Australia
• Endangered Plants and Animals
• Fruit and Raw Meat
Voice of Travelers to Australia
Admission to University of South Australia
I am Danesh from India, I secured an admission to study Arts at the University of South Australia last fall. This was the first time travelling abroad, and I was excited by the prospect of experiencing a new culture in Australia. My family and friends helped me secure a study visa and ticket to Australia. To receive a visa to Australia, I had to present a valid passport, travel ticket and ticket for accommodation. My father purchased an air ticket from a travel agent after referral from a friend on where to find the cheapest ticket. Things moved fast, and within two weeks prior to my departure for Australia, I had my passport, air ticket and accommodation ticket ready. I boarded a KLM flight to Australia and their service was incredible. As a student with a study visa and a ticket, I could check in an extra bag. I'm really enjoying my time studying in Australia.
Job relocation to Australia
I am Victor from Estonia. I arrived in Australia last summer after securing a skilled worker visa. I had a very smooth transition and pleasant experience after arriving in Australia. I only had four weeks after receiving a job offer to accept the terms and relocate Australia. With the help of my friend Leah, I managed to find the cheapest possible ticket to Australia. She searched online for the cheapest ticket two weeks prior to my departure to Australia. The ticket to Australia is cheapest weeks before your travel time, and it is advisable to purchase your ticket six weeks before travelling. British Airways offered the cheapest ticket; at the time I purchased my ticket to Australia, they were offering a 10% discount on the ticket. In general, relocating to Australia was a pleasant experience. The flight attendants were exceptionally friendly and offered great food that everyone loved.
Australia Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the weather like in Australia?
A. Australia experiences different types of climate, based on two main geographical zones. Around 40% of Australia experiences a tropical climate with two seasons: a dry and wet season. The remaining parts of Australia lie in a temperate zone, experiencing all four seasons. Spring is from September to November, summer is from December to February, winter is from June to August and fall is from March to May.
Q. How do I buy a ticket to Australia?
A. You can purchase a ticket to Australia by either buying it online or visiting a travel agent. Searching online for a ticket to Australia is the best way to compare the ticket prices and choose an affordable ticket to Australia. The cheapest ticket to Australia can be bought online six weeks before your departure.
Q. Do I need any specific vaccinations before entering Australia?
A. No vaccinations are required unless you are from or have visited yellow-fever-prone countries less than six days before your arrival. No other health certificates are required to enter Australia.
Australia - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights to Sydney International Airport •Los Angeles International Airport (USA)
•Honolulu International Airport (USA)
•Heathrow International Airport(United Kingdom)
Airports handling direct flights to Melbourne International Airport •Kuala Lumpur International Airport (Malaysia)
•Hong Kong International Airport (Hong Kong)
•Abu Dhabi International Airport (UAE)
Airports handling direct flights to Brisbane International Airport •Vancouver International Airport (Canada)
•Guangzhou International Airport (China)
•Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Phillipines)
Flight Routes to Australia
Sydney International Airport is a commercial service airport serving Sydney and is one of the main entry points into Australia by air. There are direct flights to Australia available with airlines such as British Airways, KLM, Emirates and Virgin Australia.
Flight Routes to Australia
New York(John F. Kennedy International Airport)－Australia (Sydney)
New York(Newark Liberty International Airport)－Australia (Sydney)
New York(LaGuardia Airport)－Australia (Sydney)
New York(John F. Kennedy International Airport)－Australia (Brisbane)
New York(LaGuardia Airport)－Australia (Brisbane)
New York(Newark Liberty International Airport)－Australia (Brisbane)
New York(John F. Kennedy International Airport)－Australia (Cairns)
New York(Newark Liberty International Airport)－Australia (Cairns)
New York(LaGuardia Airport)－Australia (Cairns)
New York(John F. Kennedy International Airport)－Australia (Melbourne)
New York(LaGuardia Airport)－Australia (Melbourne)
New York(Newark Liberty International Airport)－Australia (Melbourne)
New York(John F. Kennedy International Airport)－Australia (Perth)
New York(LaGuardia Airport)－Australia (Perth)
New York(Newark Liberty International Airport)－Australia (Perth)