We are planning to return to Australia and I was wondering if the ETA (subclass 601) or eVisitor (subclass 651) can have the "no further stay" condition attached (as could be the case with Work & Holiday visas). I am aware that you can only stay for 3 months in a 12 month period, but is it technically possible to apply for another visa (e.g. Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) through employer nomination), while being in the country on this simple eVisitor class?
I know that you can apply for Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) onshore and that you can apply for a bridging visa while your application is being reviewed. However, this is only possible if your visa does NOT have a "no further stay" condition, hence my question.
The official information available online does state this condition is mandatory for Visitor visas (subclass 600), but says nothing about the eVisitor visa (subclass 651).
There is also a way to check imposed visa conditions online here: http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/check-your-visa-and-work-entitlements