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Normally an Aust citizen can visit (but not work) in the UK for up to 6 months, without formal visa, except for entry through the Republic of Ireland. Normal restrictions apply (ie criminal convictions etc), and you can apply for extensions.
If you on 31st Dec 1982 had a parent who was AT YOUR BIRTH DATE a UK citizen then you have 'right of abode'. This confers on you an unlimited right to live work and study in the UK.
There are some ifs and buts to this, and you would have to show documentary proofs, so you should apply to a UK consulate general office in Aust to make certain and get a full list of conditions.
Posted on Dec 15, 2016
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