Only Australian citizens have the privilege of entering Australia without a visa. New Zealanders have the option to apply for a visa upon arrival in Australia. However, all other travellers, irrespective of age, nationality, or purpose of travel, are required to obtain a visa before departing from their home country.

The Australian tourist visa, commonly known as the Visitor Visa, encompasses several subclasses catering to specific travel purposes. For leisure or holiday trips, the Subclass 600 visa is often sought, offering stays of up to three, six, or twelve months. The Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) Subclass 601 and eVisitor Subclass 651 are electronically linked visas available for eligible passport holders, granting short-term stays for tourism or business purposes. These electronic visas streamline the application process for many travellers going to Australia. Understanding the specific visa requirements and choosing the appropriate subclass is crucial before planning a trip to Australia.

A diverse array of Australian travel visas is available, catering to various needs such as tourism, working holidays (WHV), Electronic Travel Authority (ETA), family or business visits, frequent travel, or roles as sea or air crew members. To explore these visa options further, get in touch with us today at 1300 10 50 50 or initiate a chat on this page.

Pacific Center consultants specialize in facilitating all types of travel and tourist visas, catering to clients both within and outside Australia. Our adept and seasoned team excels in navigating the intricacies of the Australian travel visa application process.

  • Visitor visa (subclass 600) Travel stream onshore
  • Visitor visa (subclass 600) Family sponsored stream
  • Visitor visa (subclass 600) Business visitor stream
  • Visitor visa (subclass 600) Frequent traveler stream
  • Medical Treatment (subclass 602)
  • Visitor visa (subclass 600) Approved destination stream
  • ETA Electronic Authority to Travel visa (subclass 601)
  • eVisitor visa (subclass 651)
  • Working Holiday visa ( subclass 417)
  • Work and Holiday visa (642 subclass)


Eligibility for an Australian travel visa depends on several factors, including the purpose of the visit, the applicant’s background, and adherence to visa conditions. Generally, applicants are required to showcase sufficient financial means to support their stay, a clean criminal record, and a genuine intent for their visit. Commonly, citizens from countries like China, India, the UK, and the USA frequently apply for Australian Visitor Visas, with India and China constituting a significant proportion of visa applications due to their large populations and increasing travel trends.

We stand proudly as one of Australia’s premier immigration and visa agencies. As a Registered Australian Migration Agency (MARN 0743766), we specialize in every facet of the visa application journey. For over two decades, our mission has been to assist individuals, like yourself, in navigating the intricacies of visa applications to facilitate living, working, traveling, and studying in Australia.



  1. Personalized Initial Consultation: Our process begins with a personalized consultation session tailored to your needs.
  2. Select the Suitable Visa Type: Choose the most appropriate visa subclass that aligns with your business needs, whether it’s for investment, business activities, or corporate visits.
  3. Check Eligibility: Review the eligibility criteria for the selected visa type to ensure that you meet the specific requirements, including financial aspects, business history, and qualifications.
  4. Prepare Necessary Documents: Gather all required documentation, such as business plans, financial statements, proof of ties to your home country, and any other documents specified by the Australian government for the chosen visa.
  5. Online Application: Complete and submit the visa application form online through the official Australian Government website. Pay the application fee as required for the specific visa subclass.
  6. Biometrics and Health Checks: Depending on the visa type and your country of residence, you might need to provide biometrics or undergo health examinations.
  7. Interview (If Required): In certain cases, applicants may be called for an interview at the Australian embassy or consulate in their home country.
  8. Wait for Decision: After submitting the application, await a decision from the Department of Home Affairs. Processing times can vary based on the visa type and your individual circumstances.
  9. Visa Grant: If your application is successful, you’ll receive the visa grant notification. Ensure you understand the visa conditions and comply with them during your stay in Australia.

Remember, the specific requirements and procedures can vary depending on the type of business visa you’re applying for. It’s advisable to refer to the official Australian Government website or seek guidance from a migration agent for accurate and updated information.