Travelling in Australia is relatively safe and easy, but planning ahead will help you make the most of your holiday.
Find practical travel information on Australian visas and entry requirements, customs and quarantine regulations, and accessible travel in Australia. There’s also information to help you plan your trip including travel agents that specialise in Australian holidays, getting to and around Australia, tours that you can do while you’re here and places to stay. We’ve also provided some helpful tips on travelling in remote locations, tips, hazards to watch out for and who to contact if you need emergency assistance while you are here.
Learn all about our cities, states and territories, what the weather is like, time zones, Australia's history, facts about our unique plants and animals and information on Australian visa entry requirements.
Before you go
Health and safety FAQ
Plan your trip
Find travel agents
There are thousands of great Australian experiences to choose from. Chances are, your Aussie Specialist Travel Agent has experienced or planned for them before. Experts on everything Australian, these specialists receive extensive training from Tourism Australia and most have traveled throughout Australia. They have the experience to help you plan and book your Aussie adventure. They know what to pack, what the weather will be like and how to join in with the locals.Add to my sales tool kit
While you're here
Road safety in Australia
Following a few simple road safety tips can help make your driving holiday in Australia safer and more enjoyable. If you wish to drive in Australia, you must hold a valid international driving permit accompanied by the driver licence issued in the country you live in.Add to my sales tool kit
Working Holiday Visa FAQ
Planning to stay and work while you're visiting Australia? If you're aged between 18 and 30 and hold a passport for a country or region participating in Australia's Working Holiday Maker programme, you may be eligible to apply for a 12-month visa which enables you to work in Australia while you are here.Add to my sales tool kit
Work, volunteer and study in Australia FAQ
Facts about Australia