Wednesday, Mar 1, 2017
The arrangement enables vietnamese nationals aged between 18 and 30 to apply to stay in Australia for a year to undertake short-term work. The Work and Holiday visa (462) is commonly referred to as a "backpacker visa" and is often held by non-citizens performing seasonal and temporary work, including in the wine industry.
If a holder of a Work and Holiday visa (462) is performing work they are subject to the so called "backpacker tax" of 15% from the first dollar earned up to $37,000, with ordinary marginal tax rates applying thereafter. For further information visit the ATO's dedicated website with information on the "backpacker tax".