Visitor Visa
Includes working holiday visas which allow for individuals between 18 and 30 years old to live and work in Australia. Extensions to this visa can be provided if work is completed in certain categories for at least three months (e.g. fruit picking).

Student and Training Visa
Includes working holiday visas which allow for individuals between 18 and 30 years old to live and work in Australia. Extensions to this visa can be provided if work is completed in certain categories for at least three months (e.g. fruit picking).

Working and Skilled Visa
This category of visa allows for individuals who meet certain criteria to work in key areas defined as being of need by the Australian government.

Refugee and Humanitarian Visa
Allows for permanent residency in Australia and the ability to work. There are sub-classes of refugee visas and four additional types of visa which fit within the refugee and humanitarian visa category.

Other Visas
Includes bridging visas which can be applied for after expiry of one visa, but before the acceptance of another.

Working on a visa

A visa that suits the work intended is required in order to work in Australia. The Australian Government offers work visas for:

  • skilled workers
  • people participating in specific activities
  • working holiday makers
  • highly specialised workers
  • trainees (short term)
  • experienced business people
  • investors
  • Australia’s offshore oil and gas industry.

If a sponsor is required to be eligible for the grant of a work visa, this can be sourced independently, or an expression of interest can be placed using SkillSelect.