"ETA Visa to Australia"

FEES & REQUIREMENTS

Eligible Countries to Apply for Australia ETA Visa?

To apply for an ETA online through this website, you must hold a passport from one of the following countries or regions:

  • Malaysia
  • Singapore
  • Brunei Darussalam
  • United States
  • Canada
  • British National(UK)
  • United Kingdom
  • British Overseas Citizen(UK)
  • Sweden
  • Hong Kong
  • Greece
  • Norway
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Belgium
  • France
  • Finland
  • Monaco
  • Germany
  • Andorra
  • Austria
  • Malta
  • San Marino
  • Liechtenstein
  • Luxembourg
  • Ireland
  • Portugal
  • Netherlands
  • Vatican City State
  • Korea, Republic of
  • Spain
  • Denmark
  • Iceland
  • Switzerland

It is important that the details provided for your ETA application are exactly the same as they appear in your passport.

Services and Fees

Service Type Processing Time Fees Online Support
ETA SUPER EXPRESS 15 Minutes Service Charge: RM80.00
Transaction Fees: RM0
24 Hours 7 Days
ETA EXPRESS 60 Minutes Service Charge: RM65.00
Transaction Fees: RM0
24 Hours 7 Days
ETA POLULAR 8 Hours Service Charge: RM45.00
Transaction Fees: RM0
9am to 6pm
ETA REGULAR 24 Hours Service Charge: RM25.00
Transaction Fees: RM0
9am to 6pm

Prerequisites and Restrictions for Australia ETA Application

Requirements:

  • Passport validity must be for next 6 months form application date
  • Applicant must be located outside Australian territory during applying for the ETA Australia visa
  • Applicant must be a citizen of one of the accepted countries.
  • Applicant must not be suffering from tuberculosis at the point of their arrival on Australian territory.
  • They should not have any criminal conviction.

Restrictions:

With the ETA Australia visa no paid work of any kind may be undertaken. In some cases unpaid voluntary work may be undertaken, but this should not be the primary reason of the person’s arrival in Australia, nor should it be a voluntary role that could not be undertaken by a normally employed Australian citizen. You must not study for more than three months.

Road Conditions and Safety in Australia

  • Traffic operates on the left side of the road, and all vehicles use right-hand drive.
  • Use caution when crossing streets and when driving.
  • When crossing roads on foot, make sure you look carefully in all directions.
  • Seat belt use by drivers and all passengers is mandatory, and fines apply for not wearing them.
  • Motorcyclists must wear helmets.
  • Speed limits and laws are rigorously enforced. Speed limits vary throughout Australia and are measured in kilometers, not miles. Be aware that speed cameras are everywhere and you will be ticketed for driving over the speed limit.
  • Roads and streets are frequently narrower and less graded than U.S. highways.
  • Outside major metropolitan areas, most highways are two-lane roads with significant distances between destinations.
  • When driving in Australia, exercise caution while passing or merging with adjacent traffic.
  • If driving in rural areas, be alert to free-roaming animals, such as kangaroos, and "road-trains" (several semi-truck trailers connected together).
  • Passing road-trains is dangerous, and you should pull over to allow on-coming road-trains to pass to avoid being sideswiped.
  • If you have no experience with a 4-wheel drive vehicle, you should exercise common-sense when driving in the Australian outback.

Traffic Laws

  • Each state/territory has different rules about using a foreign driver’s license and the conditions under which a visitor might have to get an international driver’s license. More information about driving rules and regulations is available by state.
  • Texting or holding your phone while driving is against the law in Australia, but you can use a hands-free system to communicate while driving.
  • For specific information concerning Australian driving permits, vehicle inspection, road tax, mandatory insurance, and the rental and operation of motor vehicles in Australia, visit the Australian Tourist Commission website.

Public Transportation:

Australia has an extensive and safe public transportation network consisting of buses, streetcars, trains, and subways. Metered taxis are also prevalent. Use common sense safety practices, such as guarding valuables and remaining aware of your surroundings, on all public transportation.

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