Citizenship-by-Investment Australia

Citizenship-by-investment Australia offers visa free travels to 170 countries. Our office in Sydney is specialized to provide citizenship-by-investment solutions in Australia.

Generally, there are five different streams leading to citizenship-by-investment in Australia. It is possible to apply under any one of the streams. From a financial perspective, the citizenship-by-investment streams require:

  • funding from specified classes of investors of at least AUD $200,000 to commercialise a product or service in Australia or
  • successful business history and net assets of AUD $800,000 or
  • the making of an approved investment of AUD $1.5 million and net assets of AUD $2.25 million or
  • the making of approved investments of at least AUD $5 million or
  • the making of approved investments of at least AUD $15 million.

If the applicant complies with the conditions of their stream, they can apply for permanent residency and subsequently citizenship.



About Australia

Primary language:  English

Capital:  Canberra

Timezone:  Various (UTC+8 to +10.5)

Total land size:  2,969,907 square miles

Population:  24,746,700

Currency:  Australian Dollar

Government:  Federal parliamentary representative democracy under constitutional monarchy

Economy:  mining-related exports, telecommunications, banking and manufacturing

Nominal GDP:  $49,882per capita

Temperatures:  23C to 30C


Australia consists of its mainland and a lot of islands. It is located south of Indonesia and northwest of New Zealand. Australia is the sixth-largest country in the world with a total landmass of 7,617,930 km2. Furthermore, it has 34,218 kilometers of coastline (offshore islands not included) and more than 10,000 beaches. In the north-east of Australia there is the Great Barrier Reef, the largest coral reef in the world. The landscapes vary widely from desert to tropical rainforests. Population density is very low, only 2.8 inhabitants per square kilometre. But most of the inhabitants live along the east coast.

The temperature in the southern areas are usually between 25°C and 30°C in summer and between 5°C and 10°C in winter. In the north the average temperature in winter is 23°C and 32°C in summer.

The most populated city in Australia is Sydney, but the capital is Canberra. Australia has six states and two major territories.

It always ranks high in the quality of life indexes. It got second in the 2016 Human Development Index of the United Nations. Melbourne regularly wins in the Economist’s election of the world’s most livable cities, with some other Australian cities in the Top 10.

Australia has the 13th largest economy which is based on various sources like tourism, manufacturing, banking, mining-related exports and telecommunications. Australia is also one of the largest wine exporters of the world. It is a rich country, ranking second in the world in terms of average wealth in 2013. In 2017, Australia held the fifth rank of the Economic Freedom Index.

It also ranks high in health, economic freedom, civil liberties, political rights and education.