Visitor visa (subclass 600) allows the visa holder to travel to Australia for a short duration for the intended purpose such as recreation, visit an Australian resident family member, medical treatment, business activities.
Every person who intends to travel to Australia as a visitor must apply for an individual visa application. However, a group application can be made.
Visitor visa (subclass 600) can be classified into four streams.
The applicant may be asked to undertake medical examinations if any of the below mentioned conditions applies to the applicant:
If the applicant is outside Australia, it should be noted that only certain passport holders can apply for this visa online. If applicant cannot apply online, s/he can lodge a paper application.
If applicant is in Australia s/he can apply for the Tourist stream of the Visitor visa online, provided s/he currently has a valid visa that does not have no further stay (8503) condition imposed.
No, all applicants who intends to travel to Australia as a visitor must apply for an individual visa application. However, a group application can be made if they are travelling together.
The general visa conditions imposed in this visa are as below. However, no further stay condition is not applicable to all and the applicant needs to check their own visa conditions to confirm.