Aussies will be forced to pay a tourist tax to enter Bali from February 14.
The fee is being introduced to help make tourism "more maintained and sustainable", according to Bali governor Wayan Koster.
The change will see international tourists charged 150,000 Rupiah, about $15 AUD, to visit the popular tropical island.
The revenue will go toward protecting Bali's nature, creating culture-based tourism management and maintaining cleanliness, order and comfort for tourists.
Public transport facilities and infrastructure has also been proposed by the Bali Provincial Government.
It comes after the government cracked down on poor tourist behaviour, issuing a list of do's and don'ts in June 2023.
Among the banned list were climbing sacred trees, misbehaving in public and taking photos in improper clothes around sacred places.
And in January 2026 tighter laws including penalties for unmarried couples living together or having sex outside of marriage will be enforced.
However Governor Koster said at the time people would only be prosecuted if a complaint was issued by a parent, spouse or child, and foreign tourists "would not need to worry".
How do tourists pay the tax?
From February 14, 2024, tourists will have to pay the new levy online before travelling or on arrival at Bali's airport and seaport, according to Smartraveller.
Travellers will then receive a voucher with a QR code as proof of payment.
There are exemptions to the tourist levy such as holders of diplomatic or official visas, crew members aboard transport vehicles and holders of the temporary and permanent stay permit cards.
The levy is be paid online at Love Bali and is separate to the e-Visa or Visa on Arrival.