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There are business visas. You would have to prove that you have run a company before with a certain turn over per year for a number of years. It is one of the more complicated visas, so your best bet would be to go over it with a migration agent (unless you haven't run a company before in which case I don't think this visa is an option for you).

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I am not sure if this is a stupid question.


If a foreigner buys a farmland (understand foreigner can invest in Australia farmland), can this foreigner then work on his own farm and sell produce from this farmland?


No, simply buying a farm in Australia does not give you any visa rights.


You would need to obtain an appropriate visa to gain work entitlements. This could be anything from a business visa associated with the farm purchase, a skilled visa, temporary work visa, etc. It all depends on your specific circumstances.

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