You can apply a second Working Holiday visa if you meet all requirements that apply to Working Holiday visas and:
Approved industries for specified work include:
Notice that if you are currently in Australia on your first Work and Holiday visa, and wish to remain in the country, you should apply for the second Work and Holiday visa before the first expires.
The price for each visa is £ 450 per person.
Select your country of usual residence from the list provided. You will be asked later in this application to provide your full residential address in this country.
Provide details of the passport that you will use to enter Australia. Enter these details exactly as they appear in your passport. Be very careful when you enter your passport details. This visa is electronic and if you enter the wrong passport number, it means that you have no valid visa for your passport.
If you have an Australian visa grant number, please enter the visa grant number
You are not eligible to use this service, as applicants for this visa must not have dependent children.
Please provide the Australian Business Number (ABN) and location postcode of the employer, and start and end date(s) of the specified work for each employer.
You are not eligible to use this service
Give details of the residential address in your home country.
You are required to answer the following questions for yourself and any other person included in the application
During your proposed visit to Australia, do you expect to incur medical costs, or require treatment or medical follow up for:
Visa applicants are encouraged to be immunised against infectious diseases before travelling to Australia. Visa applicants who are unable to arrange their immunisation before departure from their home country are encouraged to seek advice on arrival in Australia. The Australian state and territory health authorities assist people to obtain general medical help and advice, including immunisation. Parents are strongly encouraged to have their children immunised against hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), poliomyelitis, haemophilus influenzae type-b (Hib), pneumococcal and meningococcal infections, mumps, measles, rubella and varicella (chickenpox). Babies between the ages of 2 and 8 months of age (only) are also encouraged to be immunised against rotavirus.
Parents should bring any immunisation records for their children with them to Australia.
Rubella vaccinations are strongly encouraged for women of child-bearing age.
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