Bali Visa Requirements for Australians

Complete Guide to Bali Visa Requirements for Australian Travellers (2024 Update)

Planning a trip to Bali? This guide covers all the visa requirements for Australian travellers, including short stays, long-term visas, and everything in between.

Overview of Bali Visa Requirements

Australian travellers planning to visit Bali can choose from several visa options depending on the length and purpose of their stay. This guide will help you understand the requirements and application processes for each type of visa.

Types of Visas for Australian Travellers

  • Visa on Arrival (VOA): Ideal for stays less than 30 days.
  • Extended Visa on Arrival: For stays between 30 and 60 days.
  • 211A Visa: Valid for 60 days, extendable twice for 60 days each.

How to Apply for a Visa on Arrival

  1. Eligibility: Check if you meet the requirements.
  2. Documents Needed: Passport (valid for at least 6 months), return ticket, proof of accommodation.
  3. Application Process: Apply online or upon arrival at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.
  4. Fees: The VOA fee is AUD 50 (roughly).

Steps to Extend Your Visa

  • Extension Process: Detailed steps on extending your VOA for an additional 30 days.
  • Required Documents: What you need to submit for the extension.
  • Fees and Processing Time: Information on the costs and how long it takes.

Long-Stay Visas: Options and Requirements

For those planning to stay in Bali for more than 60 days, the 211A Visa and other long-stay visas like KITAS or the Remote Worker Visa are excellent options. This section covers the requirements and application process for each.

Frequently Asked Questions

What documents are required for a Visa on Arrival?

You’ll need a valid passport (at least 6 months), a return ticket, and proof of accommodation.

How can I extend my Visa on Arrival?

Visit the immigration office in Bali before your visa expires. Submit the required documents and pay the extension fee.

What are the benefits of a 211A Visa?

The 211A Visa allows for a longer stay without the need for frequent extensions, making it ideal for long-term travellers or remote workers.

How long does the visa processing take?

Visa on Arrival processing is quick, usually completed within minutes at the airport. Extensions and 211A Visa processing may take a few days.

Are there any travel restrictions for Australians in Bali?

Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months and comply with all health and safety regulations.

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