Understand the different travel plans available and if you are eligible for cover.
Types of Travel Plans
Comprehensive Plan - Premium cover so you can discover the world, no worries.
SureSave's Comprehensive plan offers a wide range of cover worldwide, including for cruises outside Australian coastal waters. It includes personalised options to enable you to tailor your cover, including optional cover for winter sports.
Basic Plan - Not all trips are the same. Sometimes you just want the essentials.
Whether you're off on a world adventure, or just getting away for a long weekend, we've got you covered. SureSave's Basic plan is designed for the savvy traveller, or for travellers visiting friends and relatives. It provides great cover for the essentials, while allowing customers to tailor their cover with our optional extras.
Private Charters in Australian Waters - Sailing/ Surfing/ Fishing/ Diving
For Charters in Australian Waters, select Australian Waters under International Plan.
Annual Frequent Traveller Plan - For when one trip just isn't enough.
SureSave's Annual Frequent Traveller (AFT) plan is a 12-month policy designed for frequent travellers who want a wide range of cover for multiple journeys taken within a 12 month period.
Am I eligible for cover?
To be eligible for cover, you must have a permanent home in Australia and either:
- Be an Australian citizen or a permanent resident of Australia;
- Be on a skilled working visa (including 457 and Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa), but not a working holiday visa;
- Have a partner/spouse visa which allows you to stay in Australia for at least 2 years; or be a New Zealand passport holder.
In addition, you must have unrestricted right of entry into Australia as well as access to long-term medical care in Australia (not including medical care under a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement). SureSave reserves the right to refuse cover or impose special conditions on anyone who applies for cover.
Is there an age limit?
There’s no age limit for our Comprehensive international and Domestic plans. However, SureSave may ask you some questions about your health and lifestyle at the time you buy your policy and then determine whether they will offer you cover and on what terms.
For their Basic international and Annual Frequent Traveller plans however, all primary travellers must be under 76 years of age at the time you buy your policy.
Taking the kids? They’re usually covered for no extra charge!
If your children (and grandchildren) travel with you for the majority of your trip, they’ll cover them under your policy as dependants at no extra charge, provided that they:
- are under 25 at the time you buy your policy;
- don’t have a full time job; and
- are shown on your COI as an Insured Dependant.
However, if they need cover for an existing medical condition, there may be an additional premium.