Does the return date on my policy have to be the date that I return to Australia?
For your policy to be valid, the return date on your Certificate of Insurance MUST be the date that you intend to return to Australia.
- If you are not sure when you will return to Australia, the return date can be the furthest date that you definitely plan to be away for. You can then extend your policy for an additional premium when you are able to confirm your actual return date.
- It is not possible to purchase an already overseas policy to cover only a part of your trip. If you do purchase an already overseas policy for this type of trip, your policy would be deemed invalid and any claims you make on your policy may be denied.
- If you are unsure, contact us for assistance:
- Email email@example.com
- Phone 1300 409 322