foreign destination travel

One of the best ways to live life is to tour across countries and soak in their culture. Is Australia on your mind right now? Well, if you want to visit this beautiful place, get your visa done then. Tourist visa may not be difficult to obtain, but it's better to be careful with any legal documents on which your whole dream rests. Only New Zealand citizens don't require it. 

But anyone from America, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Japan, and other countries would need it. If you want a hassle-free experience, try applying for an ETA. With ETA, you can explore the nooks and corners of Australia for up to three months in one year.

Usually, the electronic process happens quite smoothly and fast. You get confirmation within a few days through email correspondence. You can show that mail at the airport, and they will verify it in their systems along with your passport. Even though going for a tourist permit through this route is less cumbersome and hectic, you can seek the help of one of the reputed migration agents to get your job done to avoid facing any anxiety.

A qualified agent can guide you about this method through and through. He or she can also inform you about the costs, travel restrictions (if any), and more so that you don’t have to keep guessing about those details; you can take your plan forward with a relaxed mind.

Moreover, before travelling to Australia, you need to keep a few things in mind. Here is a quick look into them.

Best time to travel

Australia falls in the southern hemisphere, and its seasons tend to be vastly different from the northern hemisphere. December to February is the peak tourism months for cities like Melbourne and Sydney. It's a summer season; hence, you get to soak in the warm weather. Because of high tourist footfall at this time, you can face crowd issues here. 

And then, prices can also be high. If you are not comfortable with this scenario, you can plan around October, November, March, and April when charges become affordable, and not too many tourists are there. The temperature remains soothing. However, for a destination like Queensland, you might want to go there in winter from June to August.

Things you can’t carry

Fruits, vegetables, eggs, and meat are some of the edible items not allowed to bring in this country. Plus, don’t keep skins, feathers, seeds, and plants with you. Other than that, you cannot take weapons, firearms, and drugs there. If you are on medication, you might want to carry a doctor’s letter stating why you are taking certain medicines. So, get clarity about this as well.


As such, there is no need to take any vaccine before you visit Australia. But if you have been to a place infected with yellow fever within six days of your travel, then you would need to get one and produce a proof for it too.

So, are you excited to embark on a new journey? Just make sure you talk to a migration agent first and get your visa confirmation on time.