Indian citizens visit Australia for many reasons like for holiday, visiting family and friends, business trips, short term studies and other purposes.
Last year itself, around 2,33,100 people from India has visited Australia on its Tourist Visas, which is an increase of 18.6%. India is also among the biggest inbound market for Australia. Indians who visit Australia contribute around $1.1 billion Australian Dollars which is equal to 5,400 crores to the economy of Australia.
India is the tenth biggest source for tourism incomes. As an average Indian who visits Australia usually spends around 5,185 dollars on a trip to this country.
Indians are attracted towards the Australian beaches, Sydney Opera House, Great Barrier Reef and wild safaris.
Australia always eyes large number of tourists from India every year. Out of the total 2,33,000 tourists who had visited Australia last year, around 1,58,500 had visited for leisure which is the most, 26,400 people had visit for business, 14,800 for pursuing short term studies and 33,500 had visited Australia for other purposes.
There are many options available under Australia Tourist Visa and they are:
- Visitor visa (subclass 600)
- Electronic Travel Authority visa (subclass 601)
- eVisitor (subclass 651)
- Work and Holiday Visa
- Working Holiday Visa
Visitor visas are used by tourists to travel to Australia to see family and friends and for short term business activities. ETA’s are issued online for tourism and business related activities. e-Visitor subclass 651 is a free visa for foreign citizens who want to visit the country, Working Holiday Visa is granted to young individuals who seek to holiday and work in Australia.
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