Australia Group Visas
Yes we offer Group visas on this website.
In fact, if you have a group larger than 10 people, please contact us first to get a discount.
This discount does NOT APPLY IF members apply individually (on their own). It applies IF one person applies on their behalf as a group.
All of the applicants must have passports from one of these Approved ETA Visa listed countries.
If they do not, then they will need to contact the nearest Australian Embassy personally.
The price for their visas will be different from country to country.
It is HIGHLY recommended that you apply for your Australian Visa AT LEAST 2 - 3 weeks before travelling to avoid any possible delays.
And for Group members such as maids or staff or any other persons from other Non-Listed countries, then you should apply AT LEAST 4 - 6 weeks before travelling to avoid any possible delays.
ARE YOU APPLYING FOR OTHERS:
If you are applying for other members, then you WILL NEED the following Requirements from EACH APPLICANT who is travelling to Australia.
In fact, it is easiest if you email them this Requirements page and ask them to either apply themselves or to see the info first hand and email you the answers.
The website address is https://www.EtaVisa.com.AU
Trust me on this, you are best sending them this link from a notmal desktop computer (PC or MAC) or even a tablet.
REALLY BIG TIP:
After you have ALL of the details of each Group Member who is travelling, please SORT them in the following way to avoid doing duplicate applications.
Sort all of the passports by family groups. (or if any members live at the same address)
Put them all FACE UP on the left side of your keyboard to start and then move them to the right side FACE DOWN when finished to help avoid confusion.
REMEMBER, the Evisa system is NOT transferrable. If you lose your passport or IF it is replaced FOR ANY REASON, you MUST Re-Apply Online for a new visa.
If you are in Australia when this lost passport happens, you MUST attend the nearest Australian IMMIGRATION OFFICE and get your visa sorted out or [and often happens] you may be banned from re-entering Australia again in the future.
SUGGESTION: It is highly suggested that you go to this Immigration Office as EARLY as possible, even if you get there at 8am or 8:30 am.
If you arrive after 10am, you MAY spend several hours or longer getting your visa sorted.