Australian passport holders can travel to many countries without obtaining a visa beforehand, but there are some rules and regulations you should be aware of to enter certain countries. Below, this article discusses the rules, regulations, and requirements to enter Argentina for Australian passport holders, starting with answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Do Australian Passport Holders Need a Visa to Go to Argentina?
Australians do not require a visa to enter Argentina.
How Long can Australian Citizens Stay in Argentina?
Australians carrying ordinary passports can enter Argentina for tourism or business purposes for a maximum of 90 days but must not engage in paid or unpaid work. Visitors can apply for a 90-day extension at the Argentine Immigration Service. Australians who re-enter Argentina will usually be granted permission to stay for another 90 days, though this is at the immigration officer’s discretion.
- Note for all Australian citizens: From the 1st of July 2017, Australians no longer require to pay the Reciprocity fee to visit Argentina..