Do I need a visa to travel to Brazil from Australia?

Sample of the Tourist Travel Requirements for a Brazil Visa for Australian Citizens. The government of Brazil have implemented a visa-free regime starting June 17th, 2019. Travelers can enter in Brazil for a stay of up to 90 days, which can be extended for an additional 90 days.

Can people from Brazil enter Australia?

From 15 December 2021, fully vaccinated international students, skilled migrants, and refugee, humanitarian, temporary and provisional family visa holders will be able to travel to Australia without an exemption.

Can I apply for a Brazil visa online?

The online visa for Brazil has been discontinued and it is no longer possible to apply. However, nationals of all countries that were eligible for the eVisa can now enter Brazil without a visa, using only their passport.

What are the requirements for a tourist visa to Brazil?

Tourist eVisa Requirements for Brazil Currently only citizens of the following countries can apply for Brazil Tourist e-Visa: Australia, Canada, United States and Japan. Only regular passport holders are eligible to apply for Brazil Tourist e-Visa. All travelers need to have a valid passport for at least 1 month from the date of application.

What is the Brazil Electronic visa for Australian citizens?

The Brazil electronic visa for Australian citizens allows visitors to enter Brazil for tourism, business, medical treatment, and studying. An eVisa is valid for two years and allows travelers to spend up to 90 days in Brazil a year.

What is a Brazil visit visa (Vivis)?

Brazil Visit Visa (VIVIS), also referred to as a Tourist Visa. These types of visas are issued for short-term stays, no longer than 90 days. The types of the visit visa for Brazil are:

What is the tourist Brazil eVisa?

The Tourist Brazil eVisa was an electronic visa introduced in November 2017 to facilitate visa processing for citizens of eligible countries who wanted to visit Brazil for tourism. The Brazil visa application online eliminated the need to apply at a Brazilian Consulate or Embassy.