This visa allows people to come to Australia to marry their prospective spouse.
If you get this visa, you should marry your prospective spouse and apply for a Partner visa (subclasses 820 and 801) before your Prospective Marriage visa (subclass 300) expires.
To be able to get the visa, you must:
Your relationship with your prospective spouse must meet certain criteria, and you must be sponsored by your prospective spouse. A sponsorship ends when your permanent visa is decided.
This visa lets you travel to and stay in Australia for up to nine months. It can not be extended. You can also work in Australia, study in Australia (at your own expense), and travel outside Australia as many times as you want.
You need to be outside Australia when you apply for the visa, and when the visa is decided. You can include your children or stepchildren in your application. If you are granted the visa, they will have the same rights and visa
conditions as you. There is a fee for any children applying for the visa with you.
Applications for Partner and Prospective Marriage visas must be lodged online, via ImmiAccount. If you marry your prospective spouse and lodge your Partner visa application before your Prospective Marriage visa expires, you will pay a reduced fee.
If you lodge your Partner visa application after your Prospective Marriage visa expires, you will pay a higher fee.
You will also have to pay a fee for your Partner visa
(subclass 820 and 801).
Listen to the Migrating to Australia podcast episode about this visa