Temporary Activity (Subclass 400) Visa

Australia's Temporary Activity Subclass 400 visa allows for work in a temporary, short-term, highly specialised job. It might be suitable if you have specialised skills, knowledge or experience not generally available in Australia. The Temporary Activity visa allows you to stay in Australia for up to 3 months and there is no Skilling Australia Fund payment required.

Note: In special cases a 6-month stay may be allowed if supported by a strong business case.


Training (Subclass 407) Visa

Australia’s Training Subclass 407 visa allows people to take part in workplace-based occupational training activities to improve your skills for their job, area of tertiary study, field of expertise or in a professional development training program in Australia. The Training visa may allow you to stay in Australia for up to 2 years.


Specialist Visa Program (Subclass 408) Visa

Australia’s Special Program Subclass 408 visa allows you stay in Australia to take part in an approved special program. Special programs can include youth exchange, cultural enrichment or community programs, school language assistants or gap year volunteering. The Specialist Program visa has several different streams that all allow for different lengths of stay in Australia.

These streams include:

  • Special Programmes
  • Religious Work
  • Research Activities
  • Invited for Other Social and Cultural Activity
  • Sporting Activities
  • Entertainment Activities
  • Superyacht Crew
  • Exchange Arrangements
  • Australian Government Endorsed Events
  • Domestic Work for Executives

For more details click through on the relevant areas:

Temporary Activity (Subclass 400) Visa

Training (Subclass 407) Visa

Specialist Visa Program (Subclass 408) Visa


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