ETA/eVisitor Fees Instruction
There are two kinds of Australia ETA/eVisitor fee that you have to pay for to get your ETA/eVisitor to Australia, including ETA/eVisitor service fee and Australian Government fee:
1. Australia ETA/eVisitor Service Fee
Service fee is the amount that the applicant have to pay in advance for service during an Australia ETA/eVisitor processing from consulting about the Australia ETA/eVisitor, receiving, checking the applicant's personal information, informing the status and results to collecting the ETA/eVisitor from Australian Government then sending it to the applicant in order to get their visa stamped when arriving at the Australian ports. ( at the airports, borders, sea ports).
|Visa types||Service fee/person (US Dollar)|
|1 person||2 people
|10 or more people
|ETA/eVisitor||US$ 59||US$ 57||US$ 55||US$ 52||US$ 45||Plus US$ 79||Plus US$ 99|
- Normal: For those who would like to get ETA/eVisitor within 3 business days.
- Urgent: For those who would like to get ETA/eVisitor within 24 hours.
- Super Urgent: For those who would like to get ETA/eVisitor within 5 business hours.
2. Australia ETA/eVisitor Government & admin fee
Government fee is the amount that the applicant have to pay for the Australian Government to process ETA/eVisitor. This is the obligation fee for applicants who wish to apply for ETA/eVisitor.
Any changes after paying The Government Fee will be charged as a new application.
|Government & admin fee||You are a citizen of|
|US$66||Brunei, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, United States|
|US$50||Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Vatican ( Holy See).|
Notes about ETA/eVisitor
- Valid passport not less than 6 months
- After your ETA/eVisitor is granted you are able to enter and leave Australia as many times as you need to during a 12 month period, from the date the ETA/eVisitor is granted or until the expiry date of your passport, whichever is earlier.
- You can stay in Australia for a maximum of three months on each visit.