Indonesia Working Holiday Visa

Cost of Living
Talent Migration


A working holiday visa is a residence permit allowing you to undertake employment and holiday (and sometimes study) in Indonesia, For many young people, holding a working holiday visa enables you to experience living in Indonesia without undergoing the usual costly expenses of finding work sponsorship in advance or going on expensive university exchange programmes.

You need to:

  • have enough money to pay for a return ticket, and

  • be coming mainly to holiday, with work being a secondary intention.

Age: Available to 18-30 years old

Family: You can not bring your children or family members.


12 Month(s)





Processing time

4 Week(s)



Very Low

What are eligibility requirements for the Indonesia Working Holiday Visa?

8 Eligibility Requirements

  • Applicant must be between eighteen (18) and before thirty (30) years old.
  • Applicant must be able to understand and can communicate in Indonesian Language (functional Indonesian language skills).
  • Applicant must not be in possession of another Indonesian visa.
  • Applicant have not previously taken part in the work and holiday program.
  • Applicant must must not be accompanied by children and family members
  • Applicant must have enough funds for maintenance during the period of initial stay in (min AUD 5,000)
  • Applicant must be in good health and character
  • Applicant must possess an Australian passport valid for at least 18 months

Which documents do I need to apply for the Indonesia Working Holiday Visa?

7 Document Required

  • Visa application form, completed and signed
  • Copies of valid passport (like the bio page, past visas, etc)
  • Copies of proof of sufficient means of subsistence, eg. bank statements
  • Copies of medical check reports.
  • Original and copies of letter of recommendation from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship
  • Copies of return/onward journey ticket or proof of sufficient funds to purchase such a ticket
  • Receipt of visa fee payment

Talent Migration data for Indonesia

Talent gain & drain map of 2015-2019 data. Sourced from World Bank Digital Development Data.

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