Both Bingle Comprehensive and Third-Party Car Insurance include cover for learner drivers. While it’s not necessary, having a listed driver on the policy in the car while the learner is driving can help to avoid the unlisted driver excess should they have an accident and need to make a claim. You don’t need to list the learner driver as an additional driver on your policy.
If you do need to make a claim, you may be charged an age excess on top of your standard excess, if the driver is under 25.
Once the learner driver gets their P-plates, you should consider listing them as a driver on your policy, or you will incur an unlisted driver excess if they have an accident and cannot provide full details of another driver who was at fault.