All you need is an internet connection (as well as your travel documentations & a Debit/Credit Card) to get off the ground & into the South Pacific.

Papua New Guinea’s government has launch a new electronic visa application (e-Visa) portal through which Aussies can now apply for visitation rights within minutes.

The new e-visa was unveiled late last week by the Papua New Guinea Immigration & Citizenship Authority who said the aim was to make it as easy as possible for travellers to submit their documentation and receive approval.

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“The e-Visa portal allows applicants to submit a visa application wherever an internet connection is available.”

Papua New Guinea Immigration & Citizenship Authority

It’s that easy.

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The website allows nationalities who currently have access to Visa on Arrival aka Aussies to submit applications for 60-day entry, 30-day entry, short term business entry, aid worker volunteer entry and journalist entry.

For those who prefer not to go through the online process, Papua New Guinea is still offering Visa on Arrival for Australians and New Zealanders.

Click here for more information and to apply.

 

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