We know you're eager to get travelling again. We've put together a guide on local and international border restrictions to give you increased confidence when planning your trip. Below is a guide only and we recommend researching your origin/destination's border restrictions prior to booking and travelling. Please note there is currently a travel ban in place for departing Australia, with some exceptions as part of travel bubbles. Learn more about Australia's international travel ban here.

Australian Travel Restrictions

Northern Territory

Border status:

  • Currently, the NT border is open to all states/territories without self-isolation, unless you have been in a declared COVID-19 hotspot or exposure site
  • To find out which areas are declared COVID-19 hotspots or exposure sites, understand any quarantine requirements and for the online application form, we recommend you visit here
  • All travellers to the NT must complete an online form no more than 7 days prior to entering NT
  • If you visit a declared COVID-19 hotspot or exposure site we recommend that you check quarantine requirements for your return to NT. Please check the state/territory you are visiting on this page for any entry forms/applications required.

South Australia

Border status:

  • Currently, the SA border is open to all states/territories without self-isolation, except those that have entered from a High Community Transmission Zone or exposure site
  • To find out which areas are declared High Community Transmission Zones or exposure sites, understand any quarantine requirements and for the online application form, we recommend you visit here
  • Prior to travelling (at least 7 days before), all travellers from every state entering SA must complete a permit application form, available here
  • If you visit a declared High Community Transmission Zone or exposure site we recommend that you check quarantine requirements for your return to SA. Please check the state/territory you are visiting on this page for any entry forms/applications required.

Western Australia

Border status:

  • The WA border is open to all other states/territories without self-isolation, except to low or medium risk states or exposure sites
  • To find out which areas are declared medium and low risk states or exposure sites and to understand any quarantine requirements, we recommend you visit here
  • Prior to travelling, all travellers from any state must complete a G2G PASS application, available here
  • If you visit low or medium risk states or exposure sites we recommend that you check quarantine requirements for your return to WA. Please check the state/territory you are visiting on this page for any entry forms/applications required.

Tasmania

Border status:

  • Currently, the TAS border is open to all states/territories without self-isolation, unless you have been in a high or medium-risk area or exposure site
  • To find out which areas are declared hotspots or exposure sites and to understand any quarantine requirements, we recommend you visit here
  • Travellers from high-risk and medium-risk areas attempting to enter TAS must complete a G2G PASS application at least three business days prior to travelling. All other travellers from low-risk areas must complete a Tas e-Travel online form no more than 3 days before arriving into TAS
  • If you visit high or medium-risk states or exposure sites we recommend that you check quarantine requirements for your return to TAS. Please check the state/territory you are visiting on this page for any entry forms/applications required.

Queensland

Border status:

  • Currently, the QLD border is open to all states/territories without self-isolation, unless you have been in a declared COVID-19 hotspot or exposure site
  • To find out which areas are declared COVID-19 hotspots or exposure sites and to understand any quarantine requirements, we recommend you visit here
  • Anyone who has been in a declared COVID-19 hotspot will need to complete a border declaration pass online before travelling into QLD
  • All states/territories but if you visit a declared COVID-19 hotspot or exposure site we recommend that you check quarantine requirements for your return to QLD. Please check the state/territory you are visiting on this page for any entry forms/applications required.

Victoria

Border status:

  • Currently, the VIC border is open to all states/territories without self-isolation, unless you have been in a declared COVID-19 hotspot or exposure site
  • A traffic light permit scheme is in place for all travellers wishing to enter VIC. The permit system is for both travellers to VIC and residents of VIC returning home from interstate travel. To find out more about the permit scheme, declared hotspots or exposure sites and to understand any quarantine requirements, we recommend you visit here
  • The permit application form required for all travellers entering VIC is available here
  • If you visit a declared COVID-19 hotspot or exposure site we recommend that you check quarantine requirements for your return to VIC. Please check the state/territory you are visiting on this page for any entry forms/applications required.

New South Wales

Border status:

  • Currently, the NSW border is open to all states/territories without self-isolation unless you have visited a COVID-19 affected area or exposure site
  • To find out which areas are COVID-19 affected areas or exposure sites and to understand any quarantine requirements, we recommend you visit here
  • You may be required to fill out a traveller self-declaration form - please visit here
  • If you visit a declared COVID-19 hotspot or exposure site we recommend that you check quarantine requirements for your return to NSW. Please check the state/territory you are visiting on this page for any entry forms/applications required.

Australian Capital Territory

Border status:

  • Currently, the ACT border is open to all states/territories without self-isolation, unless you have been in a declared COVID-19 hotspot or exposure site
  • To find out which areas are declared COVID-19 hotspots or exposure sites and require an online declaration form to enter ACT, we recommend you visit here
  • If you visit a declared COVID-19 hotspot or exposure site we recommend that you check quarantine requirements for your return to ACT. Please check the state/territory you are visiting on this page for any entry forms/applications required.


 

New Zealand Travel Restrictions

  • Currently, the New Zealand border is closed to most travellers by air/sea, with some exceptions for Australia and some Pacific Islands.
  • A trans-Tasman bubble with Australia is now open for two-way quarantine free travel.
    Alert: The bubble will pause between Greater Melbourne and New Zealand until at least at least 7:59pm (NZT) on Thursday 17 June.
  • Passengers flying between Australia and New Zealand are required to adhere to entry requirements and wear a mask during the flight.
  • For more information on the trans-Tasman bubble and entry requirements, please visit here


International Travel Restrictions

 IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS:

Please note there is currently a travel ban in place for departing Australia, with some exceptions as part of travel bubbles. Learn more about Australia's international travel ban here. Please visit here for more information about international border restrictions and entry requirements as they differ for each country. We recommend that you read these carefully before booking your travel.

Some airlines and destinations may require travellers to prove a negative COVID-19 test prior to travelling and/or medical forms, arrival forms and other entry processes. These may be required to be completed before you arrive at the airport – sometimes 24-72 hours prior. You may be required to pay a small fee for a COVID-19 test upon arrival in a destination. You may also be required to get a COVID-19 test at your destination abroad prior to flying home or during transit/stopovers. We strongly advise researching your airline and destination’s entry and travel requirements on the airline’s website as this is the most accurate and up to date source. You can also find some useful information below:
https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php
https://tripsguard.com
 

Webjet recommends before booking your travel that you check and comply with any entry requirements relating to the destinations you are travelling to or transiting via. In the event that you are unable to enter a destination due to not meeting these requirements, Webjet is not responsible or liable to you for any costs incurred, or for additional expenses from not adhering to guidelines.

 

The above information can change at any time without notice. Information accurate as of 10 June 2021.