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Would my 22 year-old daughter need to take another driving test when she enters Australia?

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If she has a UK open licence then she should be able to just straight swap for an Aussie license.

           Cal x

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Depends on the state and depends on how long she has had her UK licence.

In NSW anyone under 25 who has had their licence under 3 years gets the equivalent time served licence in NSW so may require P plates and possibly a driver knowledge test (the test is less likely as a UK holder)

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1 minute ago, calNgary said:

If she has a UK open licence then she should be able to just straight swap for an Aussie license.

           Cal x

So long as she has held it for more than three years, otherwise it is P plates in some states

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