Question: Do You Need A International Drivers License In Australia?

Is international driving license required in Australia?

Licences.

Drivers in Australia require a valid driver’s licence.

You can drive with a foreign (English language) licence for three months.

If your licence is not in English, you need to get an International Driving Permit from the Automobile Association in your home country before coming to Australia..

Which countries accept Australian drivers license?

Many European countries recognise Australian licences, but you’ll need an international driving permit for Austria, Greece, France, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Turkey, Armenia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Romania.

How long can you drive on an overseas Licence in Australia?

three monthsYou can drive in NSW on a current overseas licence for a maximum of three months. Then you will need to apply for a NSW licence to continue driving or riding. If you do not hold permanent Australian residency, but will be in NSW for more than 3 months, you can apply for a Temporary Overseas Visitor licence.

Can tourists drive in Australia?

As an international visitor, you are able to drive in Australia with your foreign licence for three months, so long as that licence is in English. If your licence is not in English, you will need to attain an International Drivers Permit (IDP) from your home country to use in Australia.

How much is an Australian driving Licence?

Licence feesItemAmountLearner licence$25- Replacement learner licence$22Provisional P1 licence$59Provisional P2 licence$932 more rows•Aug 15, 2020