Trip Protection

Avoid unforseen expenses. They happen.

Trip Protection

Avoid unforseen expenses. They happen.

Travel Insurance

Insurance policies for all travelers

Comprehensive Coverage

Most common needs for travel insurance are:

  • Medical emergencies
  • Trip Cancellation
  • Trip Interruption
  • Lost & Stolen Baggage
  • Serious Injury or Death
  • Damaged Bags
  • Emergency Baggage Replacement
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The Department of Home Affairs encourages all prospective visitors and residents, whether temporary or permanent, to have adequate health insurance coverage to meet their particular health needs while staying in Australia. Most insurance companies do not cover you while traveling to another country.

At EasyETA, we always recommend trip protection, which gives you peace-of-mind before and during your trip.

Popular Australian Activities Covered by Trip Protection

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  • Scuba Diving
  • Hiking Injuries
  • Snakes and insect bites
  • Rafting
  • Bungee Jumping
  • Kayaking
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Entering Australia without Travel Insurance

Did You Know?

If you apply for certain temporary visa subclasses, for example a Student visa you will be asked to provide evidence of adequate health insurance for the duration of your stay in Australia. More information on the health insurance requirement for temporary visa subclasses is available on our Australian visa page.

If you are 75 years of age or over, we strongly recommend you take out health insurance each time you travel to Australia. If you require treatment in a public hospital, you will not be covered by Australia’s national health scheme (Medicare), unless your home country has a reciprocal health care arrangement and you meet certain requirements.

Reciprocal health care agreements

Some of your costs for medically necessary care in Australia may be covered if your country has a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement with Australia. To find out what this means, and what the reciprocal agreement is with your country, visit the Department of Human Service site, or click here.

Travel Insurance Benefits: how can it take care of you?

Trip Cancellation
  • Unexpectedly hospitalised?
  • Dive buddy unfit to travel?
  • Close relative dies?
  • Insurance covers this.
Emergency Medical Expenses
  • Stepped on a stonefish?
  • Got a serious squeeze?
  • Broken ankle hiking?
  • Insurance covers this.
Protect your gear
  • Go Pro stolen?
  • Bags lost in transit?
  • Luggage delayed?
  • Insurance covers this.
Emergency Medical Transportation
  • Need an ambulance?
  • Sea level medical evac?
  • Medivac needed home?
  • Insurance covers this.