WORKING HOLIDAY VISA AUSTRALIA

Everything you need to know to apply for this visa, and settle down in Australia during your working holiday.

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Love the idea of living and working in Australia? A working holiday visa could be the perfect way to sample that famously laidback Australian lifestyle for more than just a two-week getaway.

Australia has countless attractions for young people and graduates, including beautiful natural landscapes, sunny weather and world-class beaches. It’s easy to see why so many people consider moving to Australia from the UK, drawn to its diverse, culture-rich and friendly cities, where you can find fantastic job opportunities.

In this essential guide, we’ll cover everything you need to know about the Australia working holiday visa. This includes who it’s for, how to apply and how much it costs. But first, let’s run through what the Australian working holiday visa scheme actually is.

WHAT IS THE WORKING HOLIDAY VISA AUSTRALIA?

The Australian working holiday visa scheme is designed for young people aged 18-30 wanting to visit Australia for an extended period of timeÂč. With this visa, you can earn money to pay for your holiday and get valuable experience of working abroad.

During your time in Australia, you’ll be able to legallyÂč:

  • Do short-term work.
  • Study for up to 4 months.
  • Travel to and from Australia whenever you want.

The working holiday visa lasts a certain period of time, but you can apply up to three times. This means you can potentially extend your stay, or come back to Australia for another working holiday in the future (provided you meet the age requirements).

Unlike some other country’s working holiday visa schemes, which have a limited number of permits available and draw from a pool of candidates, anyone can apply for this kind of visa for Australia. You will of course need to meet the eligibility requirements and conditions, which we’ll look at next.

You can’t bring family or dependent children with you to Australia with this visaÂč.

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HOW TO APPLY FOR WORKING HOLIDAY VISA AUSTRALIA

STEP 1: CHECK YOUR WORKING HOLIDAY VISA ELIGIBILITY FOR AUSTRALIA

There are a number of requirements you must meet in order to apply for the Australian working holiday visa. These include age, nationality and other requirements such as health, character and financial resources. Let’s run through these now.

Only citizens of certain countries are eligible to participate in Australia’s working holiday visa programme. The good news for British applicants is that the UK is on this exclusive list, which also includes Ireland, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, France, Germany and a number of other European countriesÂč.

So, this means you must have a passport from one of the countries on the list before you can apply for an Australian working holiday visa. Check the below to know whether you’re eligible subclass 417 or 462.

You must be a citizen of and hold a valid passport from one of these countries/jurisdictions:

Belgium Republic of Ireland
Canada Italy
Republic of Cyprus Japan
Denmark Republic of Korea
Estonia Malta
Finland Netherlands
France Norway
Germany Sweden
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China (including British National Overseas passport holders) Taiwan (other than an official or diplomatic passport)
  The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

You must be a citizen of and hold a valid passport from one of these countries:

Argentina Peru
Austria Poland
Brazil Portugal
Chile San Marino
China, People’s Republic of Singapore
Czech Republic Slovak Republic
Ecuador Slovenia
Greece Spain
Hungary Switzerland
Indonesia Thailand
Israel Turkey
Luxembourg Uruguay
Malaysia United States of America
Mongolia Vietnam

You must be between 18 and 30 years oldÂč at the time of applying for your Australian working holiday visa. This is the age limit for most countries, but citizens from Ireland, Canada and France can be aged 18 to 35 years old.

The eligible age for UK applicants for Working Holiday (subclass 417) visas is currently 18 to 30 years inclusive.

From 1 July 2023, the upper limit will increase to 35 years. From this date, UK passport holders can lodge an application for any Working Holiday (subclass 417) visa until midnight (Australian Eastern Standard Time) on the day before their 36th birthday.

At the time of application, you must be within the eligible age limit for your passport country:

  • Belgium – 18 to 30 years
  • Canada – 18 to 35 years
  • Republic of Cyprus – 18 to 30 years
  • Denmark – 18 to 35 years
  • Estonia – 18 to 30 years
  • Finland – 18 to 30 years
  • France – 18 to 35 years
  • Germany – 18 to 30 years
  • Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China (including British National Overseas passport holders) – 18 to 30 years
  • Republic of Ireland – 18 to 35 years
  • Italy – 18 to 35 years
  • Japan – 18 to 30 years
  • Republic of Korea – 18 to 30 years
  • Malta – 18 to 30 years
  • Netherlands – 18 to 30 years
  • Norway – 18 to 30 years
  • Sweden – 18 to 30 years
  • Taiwan (other than an official or diplomatic passport) – 18 to 30 years
  • The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – 18 to 35 years

If you apply for the visa while you are 30 (or 35), but turn 31 (or 36) before the Australian government has made a decision, they can still grant you the visa.

You must be aged 18 to 30 years old (inclusive) when you apply.

If you apply for the visa while you are 30, but turn 31 before the Australian government has made a decision, they can still grant you the visa.

Here’s a quick overview of the other things you’ll need before you can applyÂč:

  • Proof that you have sufficient money (around $5,000 AUD) to support yourself for your initial stay, along with the fare for your journey home
  • Health examinations (if applicable) – find out whether you’ll need to undergo health examinations here.
  • Character requirementÂČ â€“ you may not pass this if you have a substantial criminal record. You’ll need to provide a number of documents to prove that you’re an applicant of good character, such as a police certificate or a letter of good conduct from an employer.
  • Previous visas – you can’t apply for the first working holiday visa if you’ve previously entered Australia with a Working Holiday visa (subclass 417) or a Work and Holiday visa (subclass 462). You may also be ineligible if you’ve ever had a visa cancelled or a visa application refused in the past.

You’ll also be ineligible if you or any of your family members owe any money to the Australian GovernmentÂč. This must be paid back in full before you can apply.

Lastly, you must sign the Australian values statementÂč, which confirms that you’ll respect the Australian way of life and obey the country’s laws during your visit.

STEP 2: APPLY FOR AN AUSTRALIAN WORK HOLIDAY VISA

Ready to apply for your Australian working holiday visa? Simply follow these stepsÂč:

  1. Check if you need to have health examinations and if so, organise your health checks before starting your application.
  2. Gather your supporting documents, including your proof of ID and character documents.
  3. Login or create an online ImmiAccount.
  4. Complete your application, filling all personal and required details
  5. Attach your supporting documents.
  6. Pay the application fee using a credit/debit card (you can also use the Wise debit card), PayPal, UnionPay or BPAY⁶.
  7. Submit your application and make a note of your transaction reference number.
  8. You’ll receive confirmation of your application, then all you have to do is wait.
  9. If your application is successful, you’ll be given a visa grant number and a date that your visa will start. If your application is refused, you’ll be told the reason why and whether or not you can ask for the decision to be reviewed.

Once you have confirmation that your application has been successful, all that’s left to do is start planning your trip. You’ll want to start looking into things like accommodation, jobs, taxes and the cost of living in Australia, as well as booking your flights.

To support your visa application, you may need to supply some or all of the followingÂč:

  • Identity documents, including a valid passport and birth certificate.
  • Evidence you have enough money for your stay in Australia, such as a recent bank statement.
  • Character documents, such as a police certificate.
  • Health examination documents, if applicable.

All non-English documents must be translated into English before they can be uploaded.

How long does it take?

The time it will take to process your working holiday visa can vary. But the Australian government claims it processes 25% – 50% of applications within a day, but it could potentially take as long as 4 months⁔.

Processing times

  • 25% of applications: Less than 1 Day
  • 50% of applications: Less than 1 Day
  • 75% of applications: 8 Days
  • 90% of applications: 44 Days

For Working Holiday Makers the processing time is calculated differently depending on when you applied. If you applied before the border reopened, then the processing time is calculated from the date you became eligible to travel. If you applied after the border reopened, then the processing time is calculated from the date you applied.

Processing times

  • 25% of applications: 26 Days
  • 50% of applications: 43 Days
  • 75% of applications: 65 Days
  • 90% of applications: 8 Months

For Working Holiday Makers the processing time is calculated differently depending on when you applied. If you applied before the border reopened, then the processing time is calculated from the date you became eligible to travel. If you applied after the border reopened, then the processing time is calculated from the date you applied.

How much does a working holiday visa for Australia cost?

There’s an application fee to pay for the working holiday visa for Australia. This is $510 AUD for all three visa types⁔ – the first, second and third working holiday visa. You must pay this fee when submitting your applicationÂč.

You may also have to pay additional costs for things like biometrics, health examinations and police certificates (if needed)Âč.

Pay visa fees in AUD for less with Wise

As you can only apply for a working holiday visa from outside Australia, this means paying your application fee while still in the UK. If you use your bank, you could be charged high international transfer fees and get a poor exchange rate on converting GBP or EUR to AUD.

Wise has a better solution for paying your visa fees like an Aussie local. Open a Wise multi-currency account and you can also get an international Wise debit card, for spending in 200 countries and online too.

This clever card automatically converts currency at the mid-market exchange rate at the moment you spend, and only charges a tiny fee for the conversion. If you already have AUD in your Wise account, it’s free.

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How long can I stay in Australia with the working holiday visa?

If approved, your Australian working holiday visa will last 12 months⁔. If you’d like to stay longer, you’ll need to plan your trip so that you complete the required months of specified work (equivalent to 88 days of regional work). This will make you eligible to apply for a second, and then a third working holiday visa, each of which lasts 12 months⁔. This means that you can potentially stay in Australia for a total of 3 years.

Update for UK passport holders from 1 July 2024: UK passport holders can be granted up to three separate Working Holiday visas without having to meet any specified work requirements.

STEP 3: READY FOR THE TRIP

Manage your money internationally with the Wise multi-currency account

One of the first things you may do on arrival down under is to open an Australian bank account. This will be very handy for things like paying your bills and getting paid by your employer.

But only having an Aussie bank account may not be enough for managing your money across international borders. If you still have bills to pay in the UK, or your family wants to send you money in Australia or you want to gift some money to your family or beloved ones back home, you could find banks very expensive for overseas transfers.

Open a Wise multi-currency account alongside your bank account and you’ll have a very low cost way to send and receive money internationally. You can send money worldwide for tiny fees, and the mid-market exchange rate, and get paid like a local using your own Australian account details.

And of course, you can spend in Australia, the UK and nearly 200 other countries using your mighty Wise international card.

Best way to transfer money to Australia and from Australia to your home country

Wise offers one of the best exchange rates on the market (really close to the actual market rate with the capacity to “lock a rate” for your transfer).
Online assistance.
Lowest transfer fee: around $5.
Transfer time: 1 minute up to 2 days (if you’re a new registered on Wise, please allow 4 to 5 days for the first transfer. After the 1st transfer, the rest will be very quick).
Simple and easy system.
A mobile app is available.

Here’s a quick checklist to make sure you are ready for your trip:
Check to make sure you’ve had all your vaccinations.
Buy Travel Insurance for the unexpected things. More info
Book accommodation before and after your tour.
Get a spare battery and memory card for your camera.
Get a suitable bag for the trip and a daypack.
Check your passport expiry date & give a photocopy to a friend in case of loss.
Buy a cash-passport currency card.
Get a global sim card for your phone for cheap calls and internet access.
Get all the correct visas that your travel agency/tour operator has recommended.
Pack insect repellant.
Pack a pair of flip flops for any showers
Pack a travel medical kit of essential things, where bottles are all correctly labeled

See more of Packing checklist below

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Travel Insurance is mandatory for all of our Southeast Asia trips and highly recommended for the Australia trips.
The world is a perfect imperfection, there are some things that are just out of our control! Flights can be delayed, bags can go missing,
 Be prepared for anything with a good travel insurance policy.

Read more here: Travel Insurance

If you haven’t started your research yet, you can get a free quote on SkyScanner: https://www.skyscanner.com

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STEP 4: SETTLE DOWN IN AUSTRALIA

Australia’s border controls have a reputation for being strict, there are policies and procedures in place to make sure you are coming to Australia on the correct visa and you are not bringing in anything illegal, banned or restricted. Largely, this is to do with protecting Australia’s fragile ecosystem.

You should check out this list of what you can’t bring to Australia before packing your bags. If you are caught with anything you should have you will be in serious trouble. Border Control is becoming stricter with the penalties for not declaring items.

If you are sticking to the rules, you won’t need to show anything other than your passport and your landing card. Make sure you fill in the passenger arrival card as accurately as possible. There is a list of items you will need to declare if you have any of the items listed with you. Even if it’s something small, declare it. I had a small amount of prescription medication that I declared –  the immigration officer asked to see my prescription and that was it – I was on my way.

Your visa is linked to your passport number, so when they scan your passport all your details will already be there.

Occasionally they will do randomised bag checks when you are passing through border control but otherwise, the process was fairly fast and efficient. Some people like to have proof of funds printed out; however, this is not routinely checked.

You will need one if you plan on working in Australia, in order to receive your wages!

The big four banks in Australia are ANZ, Westpac, Commonwealth Bank & NAB.

Make sure you check if the banks charge any fees if you don’t pay a certain amount of money in each month (Commonwealth bank for example). Also check how many ATMs the bank has. Australia is about 20 years behind the UK in this respect and often charges you if you don’t withdraw from your own bank or an affiliated one!

Make sure you open a bank account in Australia within six weeks of arriving, as you won’t be required to show as many pieces of identification (usually just your passport) to open the account. After this you will need to show a number of different forms of ID, each worth a different amount of points, in order to open your account.

Some banks let you open an account before you arrive in Australia (ANZ or Commonwealth bank for example), and just ask you to pop into a branch with your ID on arrival to activate it.

Accessing & Transferring Money to Australia or from Australia to your home country

If you want to withdraw cash directly from your home bank account using ATMs in Australia when you first arrive, make sure you notify your bank you’ll be abroad first. They may suspect fraudulent behaviour and block access to your account otherwise.

Always make sure you have more than one way to access money while you’re travelling, just in case you lose your credit/debit card.

If you’re planning on transferring savings from your home bank account to your new bank account in Australia or vice versa, consider using a foreign currency exchange specialist such as Wise.

A lot of backpackers on our Gap Year trips have been using Wise (formerly TransferWise) since they moved to Australia, as it’s very simple to use, totally transparent regarding fees and rates and much cheaper than using bank transfer, PayPal or Western Union.

To work in Australia you will need a Tax File Number (TFN), which is equivalent to a National Insurance number if you are from the UK or Social Security Number if you are from America.

It doesn’t cost anything and identifies you for tax and superannuation purposes. You keep the same TFN if you change jobs, change your name or move overseas.

The processing time for TFN applications is 28 days, however, it can be quicker as some people receive it about 14 days. You will need a valid residental address as your TFN gets sent to you via mail. You can use your hostel address where you stay if necessary.

You should keep your TFN private, only using it when appropriate. You can apply for your TFN online via Australian Taxation Office here.

While most backpackers on a working holiday in Australia stay in hostels, there are plenty of cheap accommodation options. Below are some of our recommendations.

Hostels: $25 – $40 per night

You’ll likely want to book into a hostel for your first week or so in Australia, as they’re a great place to make friends and meet other travellers. To make your trip less stressful we’d advise booking your first week before you set off and planning how you’ll get there from the airport.

To browse hostels or hotels right now, use the search box for HotelsCombined.com. They compare prices for all the major booking providers for each accommodation, so you can get the cheapest price.

House/Flat Shares: $100-$300 per week

If you’re going to be living and working in an Australian city for a while, you might want to think about finding a flat or house share to make you feel more settled. It can actually cost the same or less than a hostel dorm bed.

The place to find casual short-term rentals is either Gumtree, our Facebook backpacker groups or flatmates.com.

Accommodation is so in demand in Australian cities that people often rent their rooms out when they go on holiday. So even if you only want a few weeks you could still find something!

Airbnb

We were very surprised to find that sharing a double room on Airbnb (where the owner is also living there) in Melbourne worked out the same price per person as staying in a hostel dorm. This is a great option for couples.

House Sitting: Free or Paid

House sitting is when you live in someone’s property for free (and even get paid) while they’re on holiday in return for looking after their pets and home.

To find house sitting jobs straight away, you’ll need to join a house-sitting website.

  • For house sitting in Australia only, we thoroughly recommend joining Aussie House Sitters. I got plenty of house sits through their site.
  • For worldwide house sitting, Trusted Housesitters is a better option and one of the biggest sites out there.

You can do any kind of work with the Australian working holiday visaÂč, which means that the whole of the country’s jobs market is open to you.

However, as the scheme is designed for short-term work, you can usually only work for the same employer for six monthsÂč.

The only thing to bear in mind is that if you plan on applying for another working holiday visa, you’ll need to work within an approved industry for at least 3 months (second visa) or 6 months (third visa).

While working in Australia, you’ll be protected by Australian workplace law and will need to pay taxes when you workÂč.

If you are a visitor from a country that has a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement with Medicare, the Australian health care system, some of the medical expenses you incur in Australia may be covered.

Medicare is the name of Australia’s healthcare system. It is a system that is usually limited to Permanent Residents or Australian Citizens, however; certain countries have a “reciprocal healthcare agreement” in place which allows nationals of these countries to benefit from Medicare whilst on a Working Holiday Visa. These countries are:

  • United Kingdom
  • Republic of Ireland
  • Belgium
  • Norway
  • Finland
  • Italy
  • Malta
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Slovenia
  • Sweden

If you are from a county with a reciprocal healthcare agreement, you will want to enrol in Medicare as soon as you land in Australia. To enrol, you will need to visit a service centre. You need to complete a Medicare enrolment form and bring along certain documents with you, normally your passport and a paper copy of your visa. (More information regarding these documents and service centres can be found using the government website here).

It is a common misconception that Medicare is free, it’s not. It is, however, fairly subsidised for common procedures.

If your country is not listed, you must get travel insurance for the duration of your trip because you will not be entitled to any subsidy if you need medical care.

Even if your country is listed above, I would still recommend getting travel insurance as some medical procedures will still require partial payment.

Some services are not included in Medicare such as dental expenses, alternative medication, physiotherapy, ambulance services, or glasses/ contact lenses.

Regardless if you have Medicare or not, in the event you need an ambulance this will cost in the region $1,100 AUD. This is why travel insurance is so important, as your policy may help you pay for these unexpected costs.

Some doctor’s practices are “bulk billing”. This means you won’t get charged when you present your Medicare card.

As we have mentioned before, travel insurance is so important. You never know what will happen during your time in Australia
you might get bitten by a nasty insect or your flight might get cancelled due to stormy weather in Sydney. Travel insurance is fairly inexpensive compared to the costs you may incur if you are not covered.

If you are eligible, you can fill out a Medicare application form and take it to a Medicare service centre in Australia to get a Medicare card.

INTERESTED IN A HASSLE-FREE EXPERIENCE?

Book our Gap Year intro tours in Sydney or Melbourne and you’ll enjoy one week focused on fun, making new friends, amazing activities & sightseeings. Once your first week of fun is over you can kick-start your job search with the expert advice and assistance of our local team, plus essential admin help (bank account, TFN, sim card, jobs bank..etc.. everything you need to settle down in Australia).

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STEP 5: EXTEND YOUR WORKING HOLIDAY VISA

If you loved your time in Australia and want more of the same, you can apply for a second working holiday visa. In fact, you may also be able to apply for a third. However, there are some conditions you’ll need to meet. Check out the details below for each visa subclass accordingly.

Important note if you’re coming from the UK: Australia and the UK have agreed to put in place new arrangements under the Working Holiday Maker (WHM) program and Youth Mobility Scheme within two years of the entry into force of the Australia-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement (Australia-UK FTA). With the new arrangements commence, UK passport holders will be able to:

  • apply for a Working Holiday visa between the ages of 18 and 35 years inclusive.
  • be granted up to three Working Holiday visas without having to meet any specified work requirements.

Read more here: Australian Working Holiday Updates for British Backpackers

To be eligible to apply for a second or third Working Holiday (subclass 417) visa, you must have already completed a prescribed minimum period of “specified subclass 417 work” in certain circumstances.

Specified work is work that is undertaken in a ‘specified’ industry and area of Australia. Information on eligible industries and areas of Australia is provided below.

Eligible Jobs For A Second And Third Year Visa Subclass 417 in Australia

All specified subclass 417 work must be paid in accordance with the relevant Australian legislation and awards.

Voluntary work can only be included as specified work for the purpose of applying for a second or third Working Holiday visa where it is related to bushfire recovery work undertaken in declared bushfire-affected areas or to flood recovery work undertaken in declared flood affected areas only.

To be eligible to apply for a second or third Work and Holiday (subclass 462) visa, you must have already completed a prescribed minimum period of ‘specified subclass 462 work’ in certain circumstances.

Specified work is work that is undertaken in a ‘specified’ industry and in a specified area of Australia. Information on eligible industries and areas of Australia is provided below.

Eligible Jobs For A Second And Third Year Visa Subclass 462 in Australia

All specified subclass 462 work must be paid in accordance with the relevant Australian legislation and awards.

Voluntary work can only be included as specified work for the purpose of applying for a second or third Work and Holiday visa where it is related to bushfire recovery work undertaken in declared bushfire-affected areas or to flood recovery work undertaken in declared flood affected areas only.

Specified subclass 417 work Specified subclass 462 work

AUSTRALIA GAP YEAR TOUR & ARRIVAL PACKAGES

Our Working Holiday packages are designed to give Australia working holiday visa holders the best start on their work and travel experience in Australia. For a start, you will stay at the best youth hostels in Australia and get an easy and simple introduction to start your adventure. We know the drill and just want you to avoid all the hassle and get to work! Start with a week of fun in Australia plus the exclusive inclusions.

SYDNEY GAP YEAR

A perfect way to get your Working Holiday off to a great start from Sydney!

Start with 8 days of fun in Sydney plus 12 months of expert job offers, advice and support – awesome! Expect to earn $25 to $35 an hour with paid work in Oz!

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MELBOURNE GAP YEAR

A perfect way to get your Working Holiday off to a great start from Melbourne!

Start with 8 days of fun in Melbourne plus 12 months of expert job offers, advice and support – awesome! Expect to earn $25 to $35 an hour with paid work in Oz!

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SYDNEY ARRIVAL PACKAGE

Kick start your working holiday visa in Australia with the arrival package.

A Work & Travel package takes the stress out of your first few days in a new country as well as giving you ongoing assistance with finding a job.

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MELBOURNE ARRIVAL PACKAGE

Kick start your working holiday visa in Australia with the arrival package.

A Work & Travel package takes the stress out of your first few days in a new country as well as giving you ongoing assistance with finding a job.

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Personalised Itineraries for 18 to 30s, backpackers & travellers. Enjoy 4 weeks of backpacking along the Aussie East Coast with expert support every step of the way!

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Sources used for this Working Holiday Visa Australia Guide:

  1. Home Affairs – First Working Holiday Visa.
  2. Home Affairs – Character Requirements.
  3. Home Affairs – Specified Work Conditions.
  4. Home Affairs – Second Working Holiday Visa.
  5. Home Affairs – Working Holiday Visa.
  6. Home Affairs – How to Pay.

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