Visas for Australia and flight information | WCOA Sydney 2018

International Convention Centre, Sydney Australia  |  5-8 November 2018

Visas & Flights

Getting to Sydney is a hassle-free process from almost every major city in the world. Find out more below about visa and flight options.

Visa Application

All travellers to Australia (except Australian and New Zealand citizens) must have a valid visa before arriving in Australia. At a minimum, you should apply for your visa 6 weeks before you intend on arriving in Australia.

When you buy a ticket for the conference, you will receive an acknowledgement letter to use with your visa application.

Once you’ve registered and received your acknowledgement letter, use the Australian Government’s Visa Finder to determine the right visa for you.

Booking Your Flights

Sydney is a truly accessible international city. Check out the map below to see direct routes offered by our international airline partner, Emirates. Find out more about domestic routes via our domestic airline partner, Qantas.

Special rates on international flights with Emirates

We’re pleased to inform you that Emirates Airline has proudly been selected as the partner airline for the World Congress of Accountants 2018. Emirates has excellent connections to all of the six continents via Dubai with more than 155 current destinations worldwide, are expanding their route network all the time.

Register now

Register now to receive your promotion code to get special fares on Emirates

Special rates on domestic flights with Qantas

Exclusive national airline partner Qantas are offering registered delegates and travel partners special discounted airfares which are easily booked online via the dedicated booking portal on your conference registration travel page. When booking, use the allocated code to access these airfares. Please note: multiple stopover flights are excluded from this offer.

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Register now to receive your promotion code to get special fares on Qantas

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