Australia is ready to welcome you back, Singapore. Travellers can fly from Singapore direct to Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane quarantine free. You can also take connecting flights to explore Darwin and Australia's Capital Territory*. With so much to discover, whether you are exploring one of Australia's cosmopolitan cities such as Sydney or Melbourne or exploring the country on a self-drive there is an adventure to be had.
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From 6 April 2022, all ETA-eligible passport holders must now apply for an ETA
using the Australian ETA app. The ETA app can be downloaded for free from the
Apple Store (Apple) or Google Play store (Android). For more information, see the Step by Step guide.
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There’s no right or wrong time to holiday in Australia. But if you’re hoping to score a good deal on your trip, consider the month of June to August. Airfares and hotel prices tend to be at their highest in year end. Australia is a big and diverse place, so visit during winter season. The Singapore school holidays season does not coincide with the Australian school holiday times, making the Singapore school holidays one of the best times to consider travel to Australia.
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When you arrive from Singapore into a major city such as Sydney you can experience some of the icons, but some of the best experiences to be had in Australia are the hidden gems that you can discover for yourself by booking a rental car and doing a road trip.
Singapore passport holders can apply for an Australian ETA online. The service costs $20. You will need to take a photo in the app during this process. All other passport holders must apply for a visa before travelling to Australia. You can apply for a range of visas, including tourist visas and working holiday visas, at your nearest Australian Embassy or Consulate. You can also apply for certain types of visas on the Australian Department of Home Affairs website.
There are a variety of visas available to travellers to Australia. The type of visa you should apply for depends on the length of your stay, your passport and the purpose of your visit. Search the right visa for your travel purpose at the Australia Department of Home Affairs.
Major airlines that fly to Australia directly from Singapore are Qantas, Singapore Airlines, British Airways, Scoot, Emirates, and Jetstar. They have regular flight schedules from Singapore's Changi Airport to Australia's main international airports.
Further information on travelling to Australia can be found on the Australian Government website at australia.gov.au/travelling-to-australia.