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Backpackers are people frequently traveling to Australia for work purposes. Previously, they were treated as resident if the travellers had established a permanent residence in Australia for at least 6 months with a routine to support it, but now they are treated as non-residents only. Nonetheless, they must pay a specific percentage of tax to the Australian government known as the backpacker tax. With earnings up to $37,000, backpackers must pay a 15% tax to the ATO.
Eligibility criteria of Backpackers
For such type of tax the backpackers must have the eligibility criteria: