Visa Information

Visa Information
​Regardless of how long you intend to stay, you must have a valid Australian visa if you want to visit Australia.

There are multiple visa options, depending on your length of stay, reason for travel and country of origin.

The Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website has a visa finder, offering advise as to which visa might be appropriate for your situation.

Letter of Invitation
The conference will offer invitation letters to persons who have registered and paid the complete registration fee. The letter will provide proof of registration and proof of payment. Letters of invitation will only be issued for legitimate conference delegates who have already registered and paid to attend the conference. Invitation. Please note that when applying for your Visa you should include a copy of your conference registration confirmation.

Please note this procedure is intended to assist participants who need to obtain a visa or permission to attend the Conference. It is not an official invitation covering fees and other expenses. It does not imply any financial support from the Conference.

Applying for a Visa

Australia requires visas for overseas visitors. Visitors who are passport holders of many countries will require only an Electronic Travel Authority (subclass 601), which can often be obtained by your travel agent when you book your flight.

List of Countries where an Electronic Travel Authority can be obtained for

You can check which countries can use this visa and find information on the process HERE

Visas for people to come to Australia for tourism or business purposes, please click HERE

Visas for people to come to Australia to participate in an event as an invited participant, please click HERE

Information for Applying for the correct Visa

Download Business Conference Visa PDF

General Information for Visa Applications

Download Visa General Information PDF