Passport and visa Information
The Visa Wizard can help you find the Australian visa most likely to meet your specific circumstances. The Visa Wizard includes the most common Australian visas, but does not include every visa.
The Australian Passport Office website allows you to apply for an Australian passport, resume a passport application, and report a lost or stolen passport.
Information on dual nationality from the travel site from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Includes information about what is dual nationality, how do people become dual nationals and the implications of dual nationality when travelling overseas,
Links to the 'query application status' page for the Dept of Immigration and Citizenship ebusiness system, which allows you to check the status of your internet-submitted visa application.
An ETA is an electronically stored authority equivalent to a visa. If you are planning a holiday visit or a short business trip to Australia, you will need to apply for either a visa or an ETA which allows you to spend up to 3 months in Australia.
The Freedom of Information Act allows people to apply for access to their international movement records recording arrivals and departures to and from Australia. This page links to the form where you can request access to your own movement records.
List of services provided on the Internet by the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship. Includes eVisas, ETAs, RRVs, Electronic Travel Authority, working holidays, resident return visas and citizenship applications.
When you apply for an Australian passport you will need to provide original documents which confirm your Australian citizenship and your identity.
Need a passport urgently? Ask about the Priority Processing Service when you lodge your application.
Lost or stolen passports must be reported as soon as practicable after you become aware of the loss or theft.
A Child Alert Request is a warning to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade that there may be circumstances which prevent the issue of an Australian passport or other travel document to a particular person.
Department of Immigration and Citizenship page with information for people to visit Australia for a holiday, sightseeing, social or recreational reasons, to visit relatives, friends or for other short-term non-work purposes.
Everyone travelling to Australia must present a valid and approved travel document as evidence of their identity and nationality.
Visa holders, who do not have a label in their passport, can confirm their current visa details.
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade information on obtaining visas for Australians travelling overseas.