Ukraine introduced a visa-on-arrival scheme in 2016 for tourists, but some travellers have reported significant delays and uncertainty on arrival with this scheme, even when they have met the scheme conditions.To get a visa prior to arrival or to get up-to-date advice on the conditions for getting a visa-on-arrival, including the airports where it is available, contact an Embassy or Consulate of Ukraine.If you are an Australian/Ukrainian dual national, contact an Embassy or Consulate of Ukraine before you travel to check on the visa and/or exit requirements that apply to you. Contact an Embassy or Consulate of Ukraine for up-to-date information on the amount of cash you can take into and out of the country.Excessive funds may be confiscated by customs officials and only returned following court proceedings.
Our ability to provide consular assistance in these regions is extremely limited.
Boryspil Airport has ATMs, but you'll need enough cash in case the machine breaks down.
If you are travelling to Ukraine for a reason other than tourism, such as for business, you'll need an invitation from a Ukrainian company or individual.
Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months after the date you intend to return to Australia.
Your passport is a valuable document and attractive to criminals who may try to use your identity to commit crimes. Be aware of attempts to obtain access to your passport by deception.