Visitor Visa – Business Visitor Stream
Australia offers a range of different visitor visas for different nationalities and purposes; VisaAide specialises in the Australian business visitor visa (Subclass 600).
This visitor visa for Australia (Subclass 600) Business Visitor stream is a temporary visa, which may be issued for single or multiple entry.
The visa is usually valid for three months, but in certain circumstances longer periods may be granted.
What can and can’t you do with a business visitor visa for Australia?
The Subclass 600 visitor visa (Business Visitor stream) lets you:
- Conduct general business or employment enquires.
- Research, negotiate, and review business contracts.
- Take part in official government visits to Australia.
- Participate in a conference, seminar or trade show – however, you can’t be paid by the organisers to take part; you would need Subclass 408 (Temporary Activity Visa) or a Subclass 400 (Temporary Work – Short Stay Specialist Visa) for this.
- Enjoy tourist activities and sightseeing to make the most out of your time in Australia.
However, the Subclass 600 visitor visa doesn’t let you sell products or services directly to the public while you’re in Australia. Nor can you work or provide services to a businessbased in Australia. To do that, you’d need Subclass 408 (Temporary Activity Visa) or a Subclass 400 (Temporary Work – Short Stay Specialist Visa) for this.
You can’t include your family or dependents for a Subclass 600 visa – they would need to make their own visa arrangements.
If you wish to stay longer in Australia than your Subclass 600 allows, there are various options available to you, depending on your circumstances. Contact us for information.
Do you need help with your Australian business visitor visa?
We specialise in Australian visas – contact us for up-to-date advice.