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Australian citizens may enter Thailand under tourism purposes for up to 30 days without obtaining a visa in advance (“visa exemption) if you arrive in Thailand through one of the international airports or up to 15 days, if you enter Thailand through a land border.
This visa is valid from the date of issue, not from your day of arrival.
Those on tourist visas wanting to extend their length of stay are eligible to file an application for a 30-day extension. This can be completed at most immigration offices in Thailand. The price to do so is ฿1,900. Learn more.
A permit must be obtained or the nearest embassy contacted prior to your arrival for approval of the following items.
It is advised that all travellers of Thailand have at least six months validity remaining on their passport. Thai authorities may refuse a person entry to the country for not complying with these regulations.
Note: Information is current as of March 26, 2018. For up to date information please check the nearest Embassy or Consulate of Thailand.