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How many times can I travel on an ETA visa?

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Australia ETA Visa is a temporary visa, which is granted for maximum 12 months or up to the valid period of the passport. The grant period is started from the date it is granted. Traveler with Australia ETA visa can travel outside Australia and return as many times as you want while the visa is valid.
The Australia ETA visa is granted with multiple entry facility. The Australia ETA visa holder may enter Australia as many times as he/she wants during the validity period. But he/she cannot stay more than 3-months at a time after each entry.

 

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13 hours ago, KANESAN said:

Australia ETA Visa is a temporary visa, which is granted for maximum 12 months or up to the valid period of the passport. The grant period is started from the date it is granted. Traveler with Australia ETA visa can travel outside Australia and return as many times as you want while the visa is valid.
The Australia ETA visa is granted with multiple entry facility. The Australia ETA visa holder may enter Australia as many times as he/she wants during the validity period. But he/she cannot stay more than 3-months at a time after each entry.

 

But the traveller can get pulled up at immigration and denied entry of it is believed they are abusing the visa. Most only seen to get 2 or 3 entries depending how much time they spend in-between

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