If your passport expires in six months or less, you may need a new one.
Some foreign governments need visitors to carry passports with at least six months validity (beyond their planned stay) or they may be refused entry.
This includes popular destinations for Australian travellers, such as Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Fiji, Samoa and Vanuatu.
To check the entry requirements of the countries you’re visiting, contact the foreign diplomatic and consular representatives of the country you’re visiting, or ask your travel agent.
We recommend you allow a minimum of six weeks to get your new passport and don't book your trip until you have it.
If you can’t wait at least six weeks for your passport, you can use our priority passport processing service. For more information, visit our urgent applications page.
For more tips on planning your travel, visit smartraveller.gov.au