Travelling to Australia on a working or non-working visa?
Whatever your reason for visiting Australia, it's a smart choice to take out overseas visitors cover. Having a medical insurance policy gets you several benefits in Australia - including access to quality health care, and mitigates the risk of paying for full cost medical expenses.
Australian Bridging Visa Explained
Australian Bridging Visas are short-term, temporary visas that can be used in a variety of circumstances to enable non-Australian citizens to remain lawfully in Australia. Learn more.Read more
Overseas Visitor 457 Work Visa
If you intend to work in Australia under a subclass 457 visa, it’s a condition of your visa that you maintain an adequate level of health insurance during your stay. Learn more.Read more
Reciprocal Health Care Agreements (RHCA)
Whether you’re an overseas visitor or relocating to Australia, it’s important that you find out if you will be covered by Medicare. Many visitors will not be covered. Learn more.Read more
Overseas Visitor 417 Working Holiday Visa
Australia is a great place to enjoy a working holiday. To apply for a subclass 417 working holiday visa, you must have health insurance to cover your stay in Australia. Learn more.Read more
Overseas Student Health Cover
To meet the conditions of a student visa, most applicants will need to purchase an international student health insurance policy from one Australia’s private health insurance providers. Learn more.Read more
Permanent Residency explained
If you are granted permanent residency, your health care entitlements will change and Overseas Visitors Cover may not be the most suitable cover for you. Learn more.Read more