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ACT

Updated: WED 16MAR  1000 AWST SP

 

Is a border pass or entry permit required : No.

Is COVID-19 testing required before or after entering the Territory : No.

Is self-quarantine required on entry : No.

Unvaccinated travellers : No restrictions.

 

Trans-Tasman bubble:

NZ has a 5-step plan to reopen New Zealand

From 14 March 2022, only fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and NZ residents can enter and are not required to self isolate upon arrival.  If you travelled to Australia from another country (excluding NZ) you must spend 14 days in Australia before travelling to NZ.  Unvaccinated NZ citizens and residents will continue to enter managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) upon arrival.

From 13 April, fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents can enter New Zealand and do not need to self isolate or enter MIQ.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travellers from visa-waiver countries such as the large tourist markets of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, Korea and Singapore, and those with valid visitor visas, will be able to arrive.

Pre-departure & Post-arrival test requirements and traveller declaration documentation applies.  For details refer here

For other foreign passport holders please refer NZ 5-step plan for reopening here

 

Reference:

https://www.covid19.act.gov.au/home

 


NSW

Updated: WED 16MAR  1000 AWST SP

 

Is a border pass or entry permit required : No.

Is COVID-19 testing required before or after entering the State: No.

Is self-quarantine required on entry : No.

Unvaccinated travellers : No restrictions.

 

Trans-Tasman bubble:

NZ has a 5-step plan to reopen New Zealand

From 14 March 2022, only fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and NZ residents can enter and are not required to self isolate upon arrival.  If you travelled to Australia from another country (excluding NZ) you must spend 14 days in Australia before travelling to NZ.  Unvaccinated NZ citizens and residents will continue to enter managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) upon arrival.

From 13 April, fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents can enter New Zealand and do not need to self isolate or enter MIQ.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travellers from visa-waiver countries such as the large tourist markets of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, Korea and Singapore, and those with valid visitor visas, will be able to arrive.

Pre-departure & Post-arrival test requirements and traveller declaration documentation applies.  For details refer here

For other foreign passport holders please refer NZ 5-step plan for reopening here

Reference:

 

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

 


NT

Updated: MON 28MAR 0850 AWST SP

 

Is a border pass or entry permit required : No.

Is COVID-19 testing required before or after entering the Territory : No.

Is self-quarantine required on entry : No.

Unvaccinated travellers :  No restrictions.

 

Trans-Tasman bubble:

NZ has a 5-step plan to reopen New Zealand

From 14 March 2022, only fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and NZ residents can enter and are not required to self isolate upon arrival.  If you travelled to Australia from another country (excluding NZ) you must spend 14 days in Australia before travelling to NZ.  Unvaccinated NZ citizens and residents will continue to enter managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) upon arrival.

From 13 April, fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents can enter New Zealand and do not need to self isolate or enter MIQ.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travellers from visa-waiver countries such as the large tourist markets of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, Korea and Singapore, and those with valid visitor visas, will be able to arrive.

Pre-departure & Post-arrival test requirements and traveller declaration documentation applies.  For details refer here

For other foreign passport holders please refer NZ 5-step plan for reopening here

Reference:

https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/travel/border-entry

 


QLD

Updated: WED 16MAR  1000 AWST SP

 

Is a border pass or entry permit required : No.

Is COVID-19 testing required before or after entering the State: No.

Is self-quarantine required on entry : No.

Unvaccinated travellers : No restrictions.

 

Trans-Tasman bubble:

NZ has a 5-step plan to reopen New Zealand

From 14 March 2022, only fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and NZ residents can enter and are not required to self isolate upon arrival.  If you travelled to Australia from another country (excluding NZ) you must spend 14 days in Australia before travelling to NZ.  Unvaccinated NZ citizens and residents will continue to enter managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) upon arrival.

From 13 April, fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents can enter New Zealand and do not need to self isolate or enter MIQ.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travellers from visa-waiver countries such as the large tourist markets of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, Korea and Singapore, and those with valid visitor visas, will be able to arrive.

Pre-departure & Post-arrival test requirements and traveller declaration documentation applies.  For details refer here

For other foreign passport holders please refer NZ 5-step plan for reopening here

Reference:

https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/travelling-to-queensland

 

 


SA

Updated: WED 16MAR  1000 AWST SP

 

Is a border pass or entry permit required : No.

Is COVID-19 testing required before or after entering the State: No.

Is self-quarantine required on entry : No.

Unvaccinated travellers : No restrictions.

 

Trans-Tasman bubble:

NZ has a 5-step plan to reopen New Zealand

From 14 March 2022, only fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and NZ residents can enter and are not required to self isolate upon arrival.  If you travelled to Australia from another country (excluding NZ) you must spend 14 days in Australia before travelling to NZ.  Unvaccinated NZ citizens and residents will continue to enter managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) upon arrival.

From 13 April, fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents can enter New Zealand and do not need to self isolate or enter MIQ.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travellers from visa-waiver countries such as the large tourist markets of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, Korea and Singapore, and those with valid visitor visas, will be able to arrive.

Pre-departure & Post-arrival test requirements and traveller declaration documentation applies.  For details refer here

For other foreign passport holders please refer NZ 5-step plan for reopening here

Reference:

https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/travel/interstate-travel

 

 


TAS

Updated: MON 28MAR 1030 AWST SP

 

Is a border pass or entry permit required : No.

Is COVID-19 testing required before or after entering the State: No.

Is self-quarantine required on entry : No.

Unvaccinated travellers : No restrictions.

 

Trans-Tasman bubble:

NZ has a 5-step plan to reopen New Zealand

From 14 March 2022, only fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and NZ residents can enter and are not required to self isolate upon arrival.  If you travelled to Australia from another country (excluding NZ) you must spend 14 days in Australia before travelling to NZ.  Unvaccinated NZ citizens and residents will continue to enter managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) upon arrival.

From 13 April, fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents can enter New Zealand and do not need to self isolate or enter MIQ.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travellers from visa-waiver countries such as the large tourist markets of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, Korea and Singapore, and those with valid visitor visas, will be able to arrive.

Pre-departure & Post-arrival test requirements and traveller declaration documentation applies.  For details refer here

For other foreign passport holders please refer NZ 5-step plan for reopening here

 

Reference:

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

 

 


VIC

Updated: WED 16MAR  1000 AWST SP

 

Is a border pass or entry permit required : No.

Is COVID-19 testing required before or after entering the State: No.

Is self-quarantine required on entry : No.

Unvaccinated travellers : No restrictions.

 

Trans-Tasman bubble:

 

NZ has a 5-step plan to reopen New Zealand

From 14 March 2022, only fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and NZ residents can enter and are not required to self isolate upon arrival.  If you travelled to Australia from another country (excluding NZ) you must spend 14 days in Australia before travelling to NZ.  Unvaccinated NZ citizens and residents will continue to enter managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) upon arrival.

From 13 April, fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents can enter New Zealand and do not need to self isolate or enter MIQ.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travellers from visa-waiver countries such as the large tourist markets of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, Korea and Singapore, and those with valid visitor visas, will be able to arrive.

Pre-departure & Post-arrival test requirements and traveller declaration documentation applies.  For details refer here

For other foreign passport holders please refer NZ 5-step plan for reopening here

 

Reference:

 

https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/interstate-travel


WA

Updated: WED 16MAR  1000 AWST SP

 

Is a border pass or entry permit required : yes. Everyone entering WA must apply for a G2G pass prior to arrival.

Arrivals must also undertake a RAT within 12 hours of arrival and register a positive result.

 

Unvaccinated travellers : Not permitted to enter the state. Everyone must be Triple dose vaccinated, if eligible (or double dose vaccinated if not eligible for a third dose).

 

 

 

Trans-Tasman bubble:

 

NZ has a 5-step plan to reopen New Zealand

From 14 March 2022, only fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and NZ residents can enter and are not required to self isolate upon arrival.  If you travelled to Australia from another country (excluding NZ) you must spend 14 days in Australia before travelling to NZ.  Unvaccinated NZ citizens and residents will continue to enter managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) upon arrival.

From 13 April, fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents can enter New Zealand and do not need to self isolate or enter MIQ.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travellers from visa-waiver countries such as the large tourist markets of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, Korea and Singapore, and those with valid visitor visas, will be able to arrive.

Pre-departure & Post-arrival test requirements and traveller declaration documentation applies.  For details refer here

For other foreign passport holders please refer NZ 5-step plan for reopening here

 

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:  WED 16MAR 1250 AEST KC

 

Travel to New Zealand

NZ has a 5-step plan to reopen New Zealand

From 14 March 2022, only fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and NZ residents can enter and are not required to self isolate upon arrival.  If you travelled to Australia from another country (excluding NZ) you must spend 14 days in Australia before travelling to NZ.  Unvaccinated NZ citizens and residents will continue to enter managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) upon arrival.

From 13 April, fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents can enter New Zealand and do not need to self isolate or enter MIQ.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travellers from visa-waiver countries such as the large tourist markets of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, Korea and Singapore, and those with valid visitor visas, will be able to arrive.

 

Pre-departure & Post-arrival test requirements and traveller declaration documentation applies.  For details refer here

 

For other foreign passport holders please refer NZ 5-step plan for reopening here

 

 

 

 

Reference:

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

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

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