This page provides information on the most common Visitor visa types for applicants residing in Cambodia. For other visa types, use the Visa Finder to explore all visa options for visiting Australia.
For other nationalities who are residing in Cambodia, you may be eligible for the following visa options.
The Visitor visa (subclass 600) lets you visit Australia for tourism or business visitor activities for up to three, six or 12 months each visit. This visa has five streams. You should apply for the appropriate stream depending on your intended activities in Australia.
This visa stream lets you visit Australia as a tourist or to visit family and friends. For more information on this visa, see: Visitor Visa (Tourist Stream)
To help you lodge an application, see Visitor visa (tourist stream) – document checklist.
This visa stream is business people travelling to Australia for a short business trip. You cannot work for or provide services to a business or organisation based in Australia using this visa. For more information on this visa, see: Visitor Visa (Business Visitor Stream)
To help you lodge an application, see Visitor visa (business visitor stream) – document checklist.
For information on other visitor visa (subclass 600) streams, please go to Visitor visa (subclass 600).
All Visitor visa applicants under 18 years of age must provide evidence that their parents or legal guardian(s) consent to the grant of the visa.
The Medical Treatment visa (subclass 602) lets you travel to Australia for medical treatment or medical consultations.
For more information, including information on what documents you need to apply (go to Step-by-Step > Gather your documents), see: Medical Treatment visa (Subclass 602)
The Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) lets you visit Australia for tourism or business purposes for up to three months per visit. Cambodian passport holders are not eligible for this visa.
You can apply for this visa online (for selected eligible nationalities only) or you can apply at a travel agent, airline service providers or specialist service providers.
To find out if you are eligible, see Electronic Travel Authority (Subclass 601).
The eVisitor (subclass 651) lets you visit Australia for tourism or business purposes for up to three months per visit. Only eligible passport holders can apply for an eVisitor. Cambodian passport holders are not eligible for this visa.
To find out if you are eligible, see: eVisitor (Subclass 651)