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Short answer: you do not provide sufficient information to answer the question. Long answer: The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs' webpage on this issue says: If you are from an eligible country (see eligible countries listed below) you can transit through Australia on your way to a third country without an Australian visa provided you meet ...


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Yes. There are currently no restrictions on travellers from Australia entering the UK. See the list of exempt countries here https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors. You must complete a passenger locator form before you arrive in the UK from any country https://www.gov.uk/provide-journey-contact-details-before-travel-uk and you ...


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Currently, Australian borders are closed with few exceptions to foreign nationals due to Covid-19 pandemic. Parents of an independent adult are not considered immediate family for the purpose of exemptions. Weddings are also not usually considered a compassionate and compelling reason to travel. At this time, even if you obtain a visa, you won't be allowed ...


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A little over 600 km, based on a list of "large and medium airports with scheduled services". You can use the World Airports Voronoi Diagram to get an idea. Each cell of this diagram is the region that is closer to the airport within it than to any other, and so the point furthest from any airport must be at one of the vertices of this diagram, ...


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If you are 18 or older, Australia allows you to bring AUD900 of "general goods", which includes electronics, without paying duty. If you exceed AUD900 in goods, you are liable to pay duty and tax on all of the goods you're bringing in, not just the excess, so make sure not to exceed it (so for example, if you buy your PC parts for AUD850, don't ...


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