Visapath Australia Blog
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Do you currently hold or have recently held an Australian Working Holiday visa, and are looking to extend your stay for another year? Want to soak up the Aussie sun a little longer, and continue exploring its rich culture and traditions? You should consider getting a second Working Holiday visa!
WWOOFing instead of Work and Travel? Many people bury their dreams of temporary work in Australia once they hit 30 years of age, believing they’ve missed the boat. What many people do not know is that even if you don’t have a Working Holiday visa or any other work permit, you can work as a WWOOFer on an Australian farm and get to know country and people a lot more intensively than you would during an ordinary vacation. All that is needed is a Tourist visa.
The Working Holiday visa is the classic visa for people planning to spend a year in Australia. But although the Australian Working Holiday visa carries an age limit of 30 years, this does not mean that you cannot apply for this visa after your 30th birthday.
Farmers may soon see new prospects for an Australian visa. Against the backdrop of an ever-worsening skills shortage, the Australian Government is planning a new visa class designed for the agricultural industry.