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Driving in Tasmania (TAS)

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Temporary visa You are able to drive in Tasmania on a temporary visa, but you must carry: Your current overseas licence; AND An official English translation of your current overseas licence if your overseas licence is not in English OR a current International Driving Permit In addition, you…

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Temporary visitors To drive in South Australia on a temporary visa, you must carry: Your current overseas licence; AND An official English translation of your current overseas licence if your overseas licence is not in English OR a current International Driving Permit; Your passport Note that your International…

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Driving in Queensland (QLD)

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If you hold an overseas licence, you are able to drive in Queensland for a maximum of three months from the time of obtaining your visa. You must: comply with the conditions of your overseas licence; only drive the motor vehicles authorised by your overseas licence; you have…

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In Northern Territory, you are not allowed to drive on your overseas licence. You must transfer your licence and vehicle registration within three months of residing in the Northern Territory. To transfer your overseas licence to a Northern Territory licence, you must: provide a valid and current overseas…

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Visitors If you hold an overseas licence and are on a temporary visa, then you are considered to be a visitor. You are able to drive in NSW indefinitely, but you must: remain a temporary overseas visitor ensure that your overseas licence remains current not have been disqualified…

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Driving in Australia

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Because Australia is a federation made up of 6 states (New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia) and 2 territories ( Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory) which are all independently governed, you must follow each state’s own driving and licensing rules. In some…

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Australia’s immigration system will be enhanced with (1) A new Entrepreneur Visa (stream within the existing Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) and the Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa (subclass 888)), and (2) Enhanced pathways to permanent residency In this post, ImmiAdvisor answers some basic…

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