15 October Expansion of the Work and Holiday Maker Visa Program October 15, 2019 By Accommodation Association General Work Visa, Holiday Visa 0 From 2 September, the number of places available to Vietnamese citizens will increase from 200 to 1,500, meaning more people who can holiday, study and work here. Vietnamese Work and Holiday visa holders can undertake work in approved industries in certain occupations in regional Australia to become eligible for a second and third Work and Holiday visa.On the 1 October 2019, the Work and Holiday visa places available to Polish Nationals increased from 500 to 1500 annual visa places. While on their first visa, Polish nationals who undertake three months of specified work in a regional area will become eligible for a second Work and Holiday visa. If they complete a further six-months specified work in a regional area during their second year they will become eligible for a third-year visa. Related Articles Boost for Urunga’s award winning Riverside Holiday Resort Member for Cowper Luke Hartsuyker today announced a $950,000 federal government grant for a big expansion of Urunga's award winning Riverside Holiday Resort. Holiday Inn® Melbourne on Flinders reveals new Glamp-Inn experiences Glamp-Inn Brunch and Glamp-Inn Suite Escape package is designed to help families connect during the Easter school holidays Further input requested on the proposed STRA Regulatory Framework for NSW Following two government inquiries, on 5 June 2018, the Minister for Planning and the Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation announced a whole-of-government framework for STRA in New South Wales. The shocking truth about accommodation accidents Injuries happen without warning in every workplace - but particularly ours. ‘Holiday Here This Year’ - TV and Radio ads roll out Tourism Australia’s domestic campaign, Holiday Here This Year, was rolled out from 23 January and has gathered momentum with new TV advertisements hitting the screens in regional Australia the w/c 19 February. Our plan to back Australia's tourism industry and create more jobs Minister for Trade, Tourism, and Investment, Simon Birmingham, says a re-elected Morrison Government will continue to grow Australia's $136 billion tourism industry as part of our plan to keep the economy strong and generate another 1.25 million jobs across Australia Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.