I've done a search here for this but seem to get conflicting info. I am completing my Working Holiday Visa application form and I'm wondering if I'll need to do the medical. It states that if you intend to work with children then you could be required to do a medical before visa and asks: 1)Do you intend to be in a classroom situation for more than 3 months (eg. as either a student, teacher, lecturer, or observer)? and 2)Do you intend to work, or be a trainee, at a child care centre (including preschools and creches) while in Australia? I am a primary school teacher and think I may do substitute teaching while there. I have been told people answered that they did not intend to work with children on the application forms but decided to do so in Australia and everything was ok (they got a medical in Australia or did not need one) so may do this if a medical is going to slow down the whole process. Anyone got supply teaching on a WHV without this medical? I am wondering, if I do need a medical, how long this takes to get processed and how much it generally costs. Thanks.