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Australian Working Holiday Visa

The Australian working holiday visa (Subclass 417) provides a young person aged between 18 and 31 years of age the opportunity to travel around Australia for up to 12 months you can find incidental employment of up to 6 months per employer to supplement your stay. You may also undertake study or training for up to four months using your working holiday visa.

Am I eligible for a working holiday visa
To be eligible for a working holiday visa you must be over 18 years of age and under 31 years of age at the time of application, have no dependent children be outside of Australia and hold a valid passport from one of the following Countries:

Australian Working Holiday Visa £295
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For more information on the Australian working holiday visa see our frequently asked questions at the bottom of the page. 

2nd AUSTRALIAN WORKING HOLIDAY VISAS
You may be eligible to apply for a 2nd working holiday visa if you have completed the required seasonal/ construction work in Australia, you will be required to provide evidence of this. 


IMPORTANT  INFORMATION
Australia has now made changes to its Second Australia Working Holiday Visa to encourage construction workers from the UK and Ireland to head to Australia. The change means 18- to 30-year-old British and Irish workers who work in this sector for a minimum of three months can now stay in Australia for up to two years.

Previously, the Second Australian Working Holiday Visa was only available to people who worked for a primary producer, such as fruit picking, but these new rules will apply to jobs in areas such as residential and non-residential building construction. 

Provided the work is conducted in a regional areas of Australia and applicants have completed the specified work during the first 12 months of their Australian Working Holiday Visa, they are eligible.

You may be eligible to apply for a 2nd working holiday visa if you have completed the required seasonal/ construction work in Australia, you will be required to provide evidence of this. 

For more information please email info@visas-australia.com

An Australian working holiday visa costs £295, this is a fixed fee and is not subject to any currency exchange rate variations.



Most Asked questions

Do I need to show proof of funds?
Can I apply for a Working Holiday Visa whilst in Australia?
How long does it take to be issued?
How do I know I have got a working holiday visa?
How long can I stay in Australia on a working holiday visa?
Can I leave and then re-enter on a working holiday visa?
How long can I work in Australia?
I want to work in the health care industry whilst in Australia, do I require a medical?
Will I need a chest x-ray?
Do I require travel insurance?
I have had a WHV before, but I never entered Australia, can I have another one?
I have had a WHV before, can I have another one?