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The more the merrier right? Worldcare allow you to purchase a policy for up to 2 adults and 10 kids online.
Yes, you don’t even need to pick a cruise specific policy. Here’s a top tip: Even if you’re travelling in Aussie water you still need to pick pacific.
Yes, you are covered for the cost of transport to get you to the nearest resort; or the cost of additional ski passes if, there is insufficient snow, bad weather or power failure in your pre-booked holiday resort. Or if all lift systems are closed for more than 24 hours. However they will not pay for any claims relating to ski resorts that do not have skiing facilities greater than 1,000 metres above sea level.
Yes if you pay an additional premium when you purchase your policy.
Along with comprehensive cover for your electronics and personal belongings, additional cover can be purchased for specified items up to a total amount of $5,000.
Nope, Worldcare doesn’t provide protection from insolvency.
Sure! Visitors can buy as long as they purchase before arrival in Australia. Journeys must commence and end in Australia too.
Worldcare will cover you for any engine size you ride as long as you’re insured to do so in Australia. Just make sure you get your International Drivers Permit (IDP) before you leave!
Having too much fun? No problem! You can extend your policy with Worldcare for up to a year, as long as your current policy is not about to expire is less than 7 days time.
Yes, for up to $6,000. Cover excludes sedans, hatchbacks, station-wagon, four wheel drives, mini bus or any vehicle over 4.5 tonnes
Worldcare and Allianz Global Assistance are trading names of AGA Assistance Australia Pty Ltd ABN 52 097 227 177.