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France is part of the Schengen area so you don’t need to apply for a visa unless you’re visiting for other reasons than tourism or business purposes and allows you travel freely for less than 90 days. It is advised to check specific details on visa requirements before travelling to France to ensure that there are no special circumstances enacted prior to your trip. Visit the Ministère des Affaires Étrangères for these specifications.
Australians wishing to extend their visa beyond 90 days are allowed to do so. You must contact the nearest French embassy or consulate.
France has fairly standard customs regulations. Goods coming in from other countries within the EU will not have an additional tax, as long as duty has already been paid elsewhere within the EU and the goods are for personal use.
Some of the duty free limits include:
Coming from outside of the EU, travellers can bring up to a maximum value of €430. For a complete list of custom regulations, visit IATA’s TravelCentre website.
Plants and plant products need to have proper certification – which you can find here – in order to enter the EU. Domestic pets and animals also need to have the proper certification if they are to be let into the EU.
Products of animal origin that are not from within the EU are not permitted anywhere in the EU.
Your standard Australian passport is all you need to enter France, however, it must be valid for the duration of your stay. To be on the safe, travellers should have their passport on them at all times.
Note: Information is current as of March 26, 2018. For up to date information please check the nearest Embassy or Consulate of France.
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