All entrants to Australia require a visa to be granted before arrival. To attend ASP-DAC 2012, you will require a visa for business purposes. There are three types of visa available, depending on your home country. Please see this document for detailed information about these, or read below for summaries
eVisitor visas are free, can be applied for online and are the best option if applicable to your country. This visa type applies to the following countries:
- Andorra *
- Austria *
- Belgium *
- Czech Republic
- Denmark *
- Finland *
- France *
- Germany *
- Greece *
- Iceland *
- Ireland *
- Italy *
- Liechtenstein *
- Luxembourg *
- Malta *
- Monaco *
- The Netherlands *
- Norway *
- Portugal *
- Republic of San Marino *
- Slovak Republic
- Spain *
- Sweden *
- Switzerland *
- United Kingdom – British Citizen *
- Vatican city
Those countries marked with an asterisk(*) may instead apply for an ETA if they wish.
Further information about the eVisitor visa and eligibility can be found here.
Applications for an eVisitor visa can be made here.
Electronic Travel Authority (ETA)
The ETA can be applied for either online or through your travel agent. There is a AU$20 fee for applying online and travel agents may apply a fee for requesting this on your behlaf. In addition to the countries marked above with an asterisk (*), people with passports from the following countries are eligible for this visa type.
- Hong Kong (SAR)
- South Korea
- United States of America
Further information about ETA and eligibility can be found here.
Applications for an ETA can be made here.
Business (Short Stay) Visa (Subclass 456)
This visa application is required for all visitors that do not have passports from the above countries. You are required to apply for this visa at an Australian visa office and should do this two months before your travel date.
Further information about Business (Short Stay) visas and eligibility can be found here.
For the closest Australian visa office to your current place of residence see here.
If you require this visa type, we can assist you with a personalised confirmation of registration to accompany your visa application. To further assist your application, we can also submit your bio-data to local Australian visa offices to acknowledge your registration. If you would like us to do this, please send an e-mail with the listed data to jorgenp[at]cse.unsw.edu.au with the subject "ASPDAC2012 Visa Information" by either completing the form below and pushing the Submit button, or sending an e-mail via this link.
After submitting the from, you should receive a response within two business days. If not, please e-mail jorgenp [at] cse.unsw.edu.au.