From 1 July 2019, working holiday visa holders for Australia who carry out 6 months of specified work in regional areas while on their second Working Holiday (subclass 417) visa or Work and Holiday (subclass 462) visa may be eligible to apply for a third visa.
Eligible types of work and regional areas will correspond with the requirements for the second visa.
Check if your eligible for a Working Holiday visa
This means that in order to obtain three working holiday maker visas, applicants are required to complete at least 3 months of specified work in the first year of the working holiday visa, and an additional 6 months of specified work in the second year.
Note: The 6 months work must all be carried out on or after 1 July 2019, so a successful application cannot be lodged before January 2020.
Trades Working Holiday Package
If you are going on a Working Holiday visa to Australia and want to work in the construction, electrical or engineering industry, then check out our Trades working holiday package for Australia! For £70 + VAT, you get:
- 1 hour Skype consultation
- DUC Employment Hub membership
- White Card for Australia