Who requires an ETA/eVisitor to enter Australia?
A citizen of a foreign country, wishing to enter Australia, generally must first obtain an ETA/eVisitor.
Nationals of the countries listed below may be issued with an ETA/eVisitor upon application
The following nationalities are allowed to use the ETA system:
- Brunei - Darussalam
- Hong Kong (SAR PRC)
- Korea, Rep of (South)
- United States.
eVisitor-eligible passports are citizen passports issued by the following countries:
- Czech Republic
- The Netherlands
- Republic of San Marino
- Slovak Republic
- United Kingdom – British Citizen
- Vatican City.
You are not eligible to apply for the eVisitor if your only passport is a British National Overseas, British Dependent Territories Citizen, British Overseas Citizen, British Protected Person or British Subject passport.
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