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ACT

Updated: THURS 14OCT 1515 AWST SP

 

Travellers from Queensland / Western Australia and South Australia:

Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia all currently have exposure sites, refer links for more information.

 

Travellers from NSW and Victoria:

All of NSW and  Victoria have been declared a COVID-19 affected areas. Travel restrictions apply to anyone traveling from NSW and Victoria seeking to enter the ACT.

ACT residents will need to complete the online exemption form within 72 hours prior to arriving in the ACT and enter quarantine immediately for 14 days. Exemptions will be granted to ACT residents once there has been verification of identity and residency in the ACT

ACT residents are required to complete an online declaration form 72 hours prior to arrival and will be required to follow the stay at home requirements.

 

Australia/New Zealand Travel Bubble UPDATE*

the Trans-Tasman bubble has been suspended in both directions and travellers in either direction are required to undertake 14 days mandatory hotel-quarantine at their own expense.

ALL quarantine-free flights between Australia and New Zealand have been suspended.

 

Reference:

https://www.covid19.act.gov.au/community/travel

https://www.covid19.act.gov.au/updates/covid-19-areas-of-concern/online-travel-forms

 

 


NSW

Updated: THUR 14OCT 1520 AWST SP

 

Travellers from Victoria / the ACT and Queensland:

NSW has declared Victoria,  Queensland and the ACT Areas of concern.

Arrivals from these states are required to complete a NSW entry declaration form, more information can be found here

all other States and territories are able to enter  New South Wales.

 

Australia/New Zealand Travel Bubble UPDATE*

the Trans-Tasman bubble has been suspended in both directions and travellers in either direction are required to undertake 14 days mandatory hotel-quarantine at their own expense.

ALL quarantine-free flights between Australia and New Zealand have been suspended.

Reference:

https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/rules/interstate-hotspots

https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/complete-nsw-entry-declaration-victoria

https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/what-you-can-and-cant-do-under-rules/border-restrictions#entering-nsw-from-interstate

 

 


NT

Updated: THU 15OCT 1415 AWST SP

 

There are strict border controls in place for all arrivals to the Northern Territory, including returning Territorians.

All travellers are required to complete an an online Border Entry Form no more than 7 days before seeking entry.

If you have been to a declared interstate hotspot or a public exposure site in the 14-days prior to arriving in the NT, you will NOT be allowed in unless you are a returning Territorian (with proof of residency), are in an automatic approval category or have been granted approval to enter.

 

Travellers from the Tasmania:

The Chief Health Officer is directing anyone who has been to Tasmania to check COVID-19 exposure sites.  If you have arrived into the Northern Territory since 1 October and have been to a COVID-19 public exposure site at the dates and times specified, you are required  to:

– undertake 14 days mandatory supervised quarantine immediately at either the Centre for National Resilience (CNR) or the Todd Quarantine Facility in Alice Springs if defined as a primary close contact by Tasmanian health authorities.

– Must quarantine in a suitable place immediately and get a COVID-19 test and remain in isolation until a negative test result is received if identified as a casual contact by Tasmanian health authorities.

 

 

 

Travellers from the Victoria / New South Wales / the ACT:

The Chief Health Officer has declared Victoria, NSW and the ACT as hotspots for the purposes of travel to the Northern Territory.  Entry to the NT is strictly prohibited unless you are a returning Territorians (with proof of residency) or an essential worker with an exemption.

You are required  to undertake 14 days mandatory supervised quarantine at Howard Springs or Alice Springs quarantine facilities at your own expense.

 

Australia/New Zealand Travel Bubble UPDATE*

the Trans-Tasman bubble has been suspended in both directions and travellers in either direction are required to undertake 14 days mandatory hotel-quarantine at their own expense.

ALL quarantine-free flights between Australia and New Zealand have been suspended.

 

Reference:

https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/travel/quarantine/hotspots-covid-19

https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/travel/international-travel

NTG Online Forms


QLD

Updated: THUR 14OCT 1540 AWST SP

 

All arrivals from Australia or New Zealand into Queensland must complete a declaration to enter. Queensland has two types of declarations.

1. Queensland Travel Declaration. should be completed up to 3 days prior to arrival.
2. Queensland Border Declaration Pass must be completed 3 business days before entering IF you have been to a declared hotspot in the last 14 days.

 

If you have been to a COVID-19 hotspot in the last 14 days or since the start date identified for the hotspot  (whichever is shorter)  you will not be allowed to  enter Queensland, except for a limited range of people who can enter for essential purposes

 

Travellers from The Australian Capital Territory / Victoria / New South Wales :

The Australian Capital Territory , NSW and Victoria have all been declared hotspots. Anyone granted approval to enter from these states and territory must complete 14 days mandatory hotel quarantine at their expense.

 

Travellers from South Australia / Tasmania :

A number of South Australian venues  and  Tasmania venues have been listed as exposure sites therefore ORANGE zone rules apply. A Queensland entry is required and you must quarantine as instructed on your declaration.

 

 

Australia/New Zealand Travel Bubble UPDATE*

The Trans-Tasman bubble has been suspended in both directions and travellers in either direction are required to undertake 14 days mandatory hotel-quarantine at their own expense.

ALL quarantine-free flights between Australia and New Zealand have been suspended.

 

 

Reference:

Interstate exposure venues | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government (www.qld.gov.au)

Contact tracing — coronavirus (COVID-19) | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government (www.qld.gov.au)

https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/border-restrictions

COVID-19 hotspots | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government (www.qld.gov.au)

 


SA

Updated: THUR 14OCT 1545  AWST SP

 

Travellers from  the ACT / Victoria / New South Wales :

All travellers who have been in the ACT, Victoria or New South Wales in the past 14 days are prohibited to enter SA.

Essential travelers, returning SA residents, people genuinely relocating and escaping domestic violence who have been in  the ACT in the previous 14 days can enter SA but are subject to Level 4 requirements:

–  COVID test on day 1,5 and 13.

– Self-quarantine for 14 days.

– wear a face mask for 14 days.

 

Travellers from  Queensland:

Anyone arriving into South Australia who in the last 14 days prior to their arrival has been (but not before 17 September 2021) has been in the City of Brisbane, City of Gold Coast, Moreton Bay Regional Council and Logan City Local Government areas is subject to Level 3 requirements must:

– have a COVID test on days 1,5 and 13.

– self-quarantine until a negative test is received.

– not enter a high risk setting for 14 days after their arrival into SA.

– not attend a COVID Management Plan event  with more than 1000 people for a period of 14 days after arrival into South Australia.

Any traveller arriving from Queensland  (other than the areas listed above) is permitted to enter South Australia without restrictions as long as they haven’t been in a restricted zone in the past 14 days. In this case, they would be subject to that zone’s restrictions.

 

Australia/New Zealand Travel Bubble UPDATE*

The Trans-Tasman bubble has been suspended in both directions and travellers in either direction are required to undertake 14 days mandatory hotel-quarantine at their own expense.

ALL quarantine-free flights between Australia and New Zealand have been suspended.

 

Reference:

https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/restrictions-and-responsibilities/travel-restrictions

https://www.police.sa.gov.au/onlineservices/cross-border-travel-application


TAS

Updated: THUR 14OCT 1600 AWST SP

 

Travellers to Tasmania, including returning residents, need to provide their contact and travel details before entering the State. Areas are assessed as either lowmedium or high-risk.

Register through the Tas e-Travel system if you have only spent time in low-risk areas in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania.

If you have spent time in medium or high-risk areas, please read the latest information on the Tasmanian Government website (link below) before making a G2G PASS submission.

Northern Territory and South Australia are all currently classified as low-risk areas.

Western Australia is currently low-risk however some locations have been declared high risk premises – refer below.

 

Travellers from New South Wales / Victoria and the ACT:

All of NSW, Victoria and the ACT are classified a high-risk (Level 1) area. and high-risk (level 1) premises.

Anyone who has spent time in NSW, Victoria and the ACT  in the 14 days before their travel cannot enter Tasmania without approval, including Tasmanian residents.

Travellers must also provide evidence of having undertaken a COVID-19 test and a negative test result in the 72 hours before they are due to arrive in Tasmania.

 

 

Travellers from Queensland / South Australia and Western Australia:

Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia are all classified with  a low-risk status however all have high-risk (level 1) premises.

 

Anyone who has spent time at a High-risk (level 1) premises at the specified dates and times listed are not permitted to enter Tasmania.

 

Australia/New Zealand Travel Bubble UPDATE*

The Trans-Tasman bubble has been suspended in both directions and travellers in either direction are required to undertake 14 days mandatory hotel-quarantine at their own expense.

ALL quarantine-free flights between Australia and New Zealand have been suspended.

 

Reference:

https://coronavirus.tas.gov.au/travellers-and-visitors/coming-to-tasmania/travel-alert

https://www.g2gpass.com.au/

https://coronavirus.tas.gov.au/travellers-and-visitors/coming-to-tasmania

 


VIC

Updated: THUR 14OCT 1610 AWST SP

 

NSW/Victoria cross-border community:

Effective 11.59pm AEST 19 September all NSW Local Government Areas in the cross-border community (except City of Albury) changed from Extreme Risk zones to red zones.

If you live in the cross-border community and haven’t left the cross-border area or haven’t been in an Extreme Risk zone any time in the previous 14 days you can cross the border and enter Victoria without a permit or reason.

Anyone who has been in an Extreme Risk Zone, such as Albury in the previous 14 days are still required to obtain a Cross-Border community – Extreme risk zone permit and travel only for permitted reasons.

 

Coming to Victoria:

Anyone entering Victoria must apply for a permit to enter from anywhere in Australia and New Zealand (see references).

The permit system is for both travellers to Victoria and residents of Victoria returning home.

The permit system is based on a traffic light system which allows for areas across Australia to be designated as green, orange or red according to their risk – (see references)

 

 

Travellers from the New South Wales and the ACT: 

The Australian Capital Territory and NSW are either orange-zone or  red-zone depending on the Local Government Area (LGA). See here for full list

Non-Victorian residents are not permitted to enter the state from a red-zone without an exception, exemption or other valid permit.

Victorian residents must apply for and be granted a red-zone permit before entering the state. If granted, they must quarantine for 14 days and get a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arrival, and again on day 13.

 

Anyone entering Victoria from an orange-zone must apply for and be granted an orange-zone permit, self-quarantine on arrival and get a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arrival and remain isolated until a negative test result is received.

 

 

 

Australia/New Zealand Travel Bubble UPDATE*

The Trans-Tasman bubble has been suspended in both directions and travellers in either direction are required to undertake 14 days mandatory hotel-quarantine at their own expense.

ALL quarantine-free flights between Australia and New Zealand have been suspended.

Reference:

Travel updates | Coronavirus Victoria

https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/travel-and-transport-information-about-coronavirus-covid-19

https://www.service.vic.gov.au/services/border-permit/home

https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-travel-permit-system


WA

Updated: THUR 14OCT 1615 AWST SP

 

Everyone entering WA must apply for a G2G pass prior to arrival.

Tasmania, South Australia and Northern Territory are all  classified as Very Low Risk meaning no quarantine is required.

 

Travellers from Victoria / New South Wales: 

Both NSW and Victoria are classified  as an extreme risk jurisdiction.

Traveler’s are not permitted to enter without an approval through G2G PASS.

–  Exemptions are restricted to Commonwealth, State and specialist functions only.

–  If permitted entry, you will need to undertake 14 days hotel quarantine in government approved quarantine facility at your expense.

– Approved travellers must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test in the 72 hours prior to departure.

– Must also have proof of receipt of at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, where eligible.

– Use the G2G Now app on arrival into WA.

– Undertake COVID-19 tests on days 1, 5 and 13.

– Wear a mask once you enter WA.

 

Travellers from the Australian Capital Territory: 

The ACT is currently classified as medium-risk.  Approved travellers aged 12 and older are required to undertake a pre-travel COVID-9 test 72 hours prior to departure.

Approved travellers arriving into Western Australia must self-quarantine in a suitable premises for 14 days, get a COVID-19 test within 48 hours of arrival into the state. and a second on day 12 if still in WA.

If a suitable premises is not available the arrival will be directed to a government approved quarantine facility at their own expense.

 

Travellers from Queensland: 

Queensland  is currently classified as low-risk. Approved travellers arriving into Western Australia must self-quarantine in a suitable premises for 14 days, get a COVID-19 test within 48 hours of arrival into the state. and a second on day 12 if still in WA.

If a suitable premises is not available the arrival will be directed to a government approved quarantine facility at their own expense.

 

 

Australia/New Zealand Travel Bubble UPDATE*

Tthe Trans-Tasman bubble has been suspended in both directions and travellers in either direction are required to undertake 14 days mandatory hotel-quarantine at their own expense.

ALL quarantine-free flights between Australia and New Zealand have been suspended.

 

 

Reference:

https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/covid-19-coronavirus-travel-and-quarantine

https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/covid-19-coronavirus-travel-wa

https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/covid-communications/covid-19-coronavirus-controlled-interstate-border

https://www.g2gpass.com.au/apply


New Zealand

Updated:  FRI 03SEP 0915 AWST SP

Australia/New Zealand Travel Bubble UPDATE*

the Trans-Tasman bubble has been suspended in both directions and travellers in either direction are required to undertake 14 days mandatory hotel-quarantine at their own expense.

ALL quarantine-free flights between Australia and New Zealand have been suspended.

Reference:

https://www.miq.govt.nz/travel-to-new-zealand/quarantine-free-travel/quarantine-free-travel-australia-and-new-zealand/

https://covid19.govt.nz/alert-system/

https://www.immigration.govt.nz/about-us/covid-19/border-closures-and-exceptions

https://www.immigration.govt.nz/about-us/covid-19/border-closures-and-exceptions#predeparture-covid-19-test

Travel from Australia to New Zealand — quarantine-free travel | Unite against COVID-19 (covid19.govt.nz)