Travelling to Australia
From 31 March 2007, the Australian Government introduced enhanced security measures to limit the amount of liquids, aerosols, and gels (LAGs) that can be taken on board international flights as carry-on baggage.
These measures apply to all flights to and from Australia. We recommend that you read the new rules for taking LAGs through security onto international flights and pack your bags in accordance with these new rules before you check-in.
Immigration and Visas
All travellers, except New Zealand citizens, must obtain a visa or travel authority before travelling to Australia.
Plan your trip with australia.com, the official Tourism Australia website, offering a wide range of travel information and planning tools including over 2000 images, a currency converter, daily weather updates, interactive maps, suggested holiday itineraries, holiday deals, specialist travel agents and more. Available in nine languages.
A gateway to information ranging from citizenship, health, settlement help for migrants, working conditions to buying a home in Australia.
Customs and Quarantine
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection protects Australia's border and manages the movement of people and goods across it.
Information for international travellers. Information about what items must be declared for inspection, what happens if you fail to declare or dispose of any quarantine items or make a false declaration, what happens to siezed items and what can't be mailed to Australia.
Information for International travellers:
Foreign Embassies and Consulates in Australia
Jobs in Australia
This Australian High Commission is not able assist people in finding employment in Australia.