Visitor visa (subclass 600) itinerary requirement?

Hi everyone, I am new to this site and nice to talk to you :).

On to my story, I met a friend and she wanted to go to Sydney with me. She holds correct Australia visitor visa, and normally she would go to Australia with a return flight. But this time she hasnt decide on her return date, so my question is can a visitor with subclass 600 go to Australia without a return flight?

Thanks in advance

If she already hold a valid visa then it should not be a problem

But if the visa is being applied then yes, a return flight ticket is required

It might depend on what country you are flying from.  Some countries insist you have a return flight before allowing you to board the plane.

If you can fly with a one way ticket, then, on arrival in Australia, the situation will be evaluated by immigration officers.  They have the final decision on whether to allow you in, even if you have a pre-arranged visa. 

If a person has sufficient funds for living and to pay for a return flight, it lends extra weight to being allowed entry.

A ticket with option to change dates is a common option.

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