The Australian business visa is designed for people to visit Australia for business visitor activities.
A business visitor can:
- make general business or employment enquiries;
- investigate, negotiate, sign or review a business contract;
- undertake an activity as part of an official government visit;
- take part in a conference, trade fair or seminar. The organisers cannot pay you to take part.
Business visitors cannot:
- work for or provide services to a person, business or organisation
- sell goods or services to the public
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eVisitor Visa (Business)
Acceptable business visitor activities on an eVisitor Visa (Business) include making business or employment enquiries, negotiating contracts or taking part in a conference or trade fair provided you are not paid by the organisers to take part.
eVisitor Visa (Business) holders are permitted to:
- travel to, and enter Australia on multiple occasions for 12 months from date of grant;
- remain in Australia for a period not exceeding 3 months from each date of entry into Australia; and
- study for up to 3 months in Australia.
Holders of the following passports may apply for an eVisitor Visa (Business):
- Czech Republic
- San Marino
- Slovak Republic
- United Kingdom
- Vatican City
Other passport holders
A Business Visa (Other) is for nationals who are ineligible to apply for an an eVisitor Visa.
For assistance to apply for a Business Visa (Other), contact us with the following information:
• your nationality (as stated in your passport);
• your country of residency and permit validity (if applicable);
• your reason(s) for visiting Australia; and
• your desired entry and departure dates for your Australian holiday;
• your full name, date of birth, contact details (residential address; email and telephone no).
For Frequently Asked Questions about Business Visas, click here