Are you traveling to Australia to fly your drone? The rules in Australia are clear when it comes to flying. You can fly both commercially and recreationally but are required to hold a Operators Certificate if you do fly for compensation.
A few things to keep in mind when traveling to Australia… You must not fly closer than 30M to any vehicle ( including boats, cars, RVs, and trucks) or buildings that are not on property you own unless you have permission from the owner of that property. In addition, do not fly at night, stay below 123M (400 FT), fly only in good weather, maintain visual line of site and no FPV (sorry racers).
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