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More young Spanish to travel and work in Australia

The number of young Australian and Spanish nationals able to visit each other’s countries under a work and holiday arrangement will increase from 600 to 1500 annually from 1 July 2017. Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Alex Hawke, welcomed the increase. “This increase means more young people from Spain will be able to travel and work in Australia and will strengthen the positive relationship between our countries,” Mr Hawke said. 

The reciprocal work and holiday arrangement allows young people from Spain, aged between 18 and 30, to holiday for up to 12 months in Australia and undertake short-term work. The same reciprocal conditions allow young Australians to work and holiday in Spain.

For more information, please contact StudyAustralia EU <- click for e-mail

Or check out the Working Holidays in Australia page on this web site

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