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TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

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Quick Facts

  • Skilled migrants, international students and tourists are expected to be allowed to travel to Australia from​ December 2021. Details regarding requirements are expected in days to come.

  • Fully vaccinated Australian citizens, permanent residents and their immediate family members can now travel overseas without exemptions and without quarantine when returning to NSW  and VIC. Return to Australia is subject to new travel requirements.

  • International travel to/from other states and interstate travel is due to restart in weeks and months to come. Refer to resources below for more details.

  • Considered immediate family members are a spouse, a de facto partner, a dependent child, a legal guardian, a parent of an adult Australian.

  • Immediate family members will have to provide evidence of family relationship and citizenship/ residence of the family member being visited.

  • Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Janssen, Coronavac, Covishield are approved vaccines. Covaxin and BBIBP-CorV are expected to be recognised in the near future.

  • Destination countries and airlines all have specific travel requirements incl PCR tests and potential quarantines. We recommend you check with airlines and official websites of your destination countries.

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT COVID RECOVERY ROADMAP

The phase we are in

  • Virus suppression / Lockdowns if required

  • Interstate border restrictions if required

  • Test different quarantine models

70% of over-16s have been vaccinated

  • Minimise hospitalisation  and fatality with low-level restrictions

  • Increased cap on unvaccinated inbound travellers

  • Inbound vaccinated travellers to return (capped)

  • New reduced quarantine arrangements

80% of over-16s have been vaccinated

  • Lockdowns less likely

  • No interstate travel restrictions for vaccinated travellers

  • No Caps on inbound vaccinated travellers

  • No outbound travel restrictions for vaccinated Australians

  • No travel restrictions with "safe" countries (travel bubbles)

The phase we are in

  • Management of Covid-19

       as an endemic infectious               disease such as the flu

  • Gradual return to full opening of international borders, albeit with quarantine “for high-risk inbound travel”

  • Uncapped arrivals of non-vaccinated travellers with pre-flight and on-arrival testing

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PHASE C

PHASE D

NEW TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

       Disclaimer - The information contained in this udpate is not meant to be exhaustive or accurate. Travellers should verify the restrictions that apply to them specifically as detailed on relevant state government websites.

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  • Interstate travel restrictions are still in place. Travel bans, quarantine or self-isolation may be in place and we strongly encourage you to check the latest travel updates relevant to you up to the day of your departure or return.​ To do so, click on your destination state: 

INTERSTATE

  • We recommend you talk to us or your airline/operator of choice regarding conditions of carriage that apply to you for a smooth travel experience.

  • Finally note that face masks are currently mandatory in all Australian airports and on domestic flights excluding children 12 and under or those with particular exemptions.

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  • Fully vaccinated Australian citizens, permanent residents and their immediate family members can now travel overseas without exemptions and without quarantine when returning to NSW  and VIC. Return to Australia is however subject to new travel requirements such as:

    • Proof of vaccination

    • Australia Travel Declaration

    • Negative PCR test

  • Destination countries and airlines all have specific travel requirements incl PCR tests and potential quarantines. We recommend you check with airlines and official websites of your destination countries. Ask one of our consultants to assist you with the requirements specific to your planned itinerary.

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  • The travel ban still applies to unvaccinated Australian citizens & permanent residents. These travellers can travel if granted an exemption for the following reasons:

    • your travel is as part of the response to the COVID-19 outbreak, including the provision of aid 

    • your travel is essential for your business/employer

    • you are travelling to receive urgent medical treatment that is not available in Australia

    • you are travelling outside Australia for three months or longer

    • you are travelling on compassionate or humanitarian grounds 

    • your travel is in the national interest.

  • You can apply for an exemption by lodging your application online:

INTERNATIONAL

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