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COVID-19 Border Controls

Below is a summary of the COVID-19 Border Controls currently enforced by state and territory governments. Updates will be made as new information becomes available, however, we recommend that detailed information is accessed via the government website links provided.

Victoria

The New South Wales and South Australian governments have imposed border restrictions with Victoria.

Refer specific state information below if you are intending to travel from Victoria into these states.

New South Wales

The NSW government has temporarily imposed border restrictions with Victoria. Only persons authorised under the public health order (essential workers) may enter NSW if they have been in Victoria in the last 14 days.

For further information please refer to the following NSW government links below:

South Australia

The South Australian government has imposed varying levels of travel restrictions on travellers from Victoria, NSW and ACT, other than essential workers. Travellers from NT, QLD, TAS and WA are able to enter South Australia directly without restriction.

For further information please refer to the following SA government links below:

Queensland

The Queensland government has implemented enhanced border control measures. Any person that has been in a declared COVID-19 hotspot during the past 14 days must not enter Queensland, other than essential workers.

For further information please refer to the following Queensland government links below:

Western Australia

Travellers from all other States and Territories
The Western Australian government has closed the border unless persons are exempt traveller.

For further information please refer to the following Western Australian government links below:

Tasmania

Travellers from all other States and Territories
The Tasmanian Government has declared a State of Emergency. Border restrictions are in place, including requirements to quarantine for people arriving in Tasmania and restrictions on people entering Tasmania if they have been in high-risk areas specified as an ‘Affected Region’ or an ‘Affected Premises’.

For further information please refer to the following Tasmanian government link below:

National Cabinet (Federal)

National Cabinet has endorsed the Domestic Border Control Freight Movement Protocol to keep freight moving across Australia. The protocol guides, and is enforced by, state and territory jurisdictions.

For further information please refer:

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