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Travelling to Australia

Australians Travelling to Australia

For the most up to date information on travelling to Australia, please visit Department of Home Affairs which includes the latest requirements and documentation for international travel to Australia.

Within Australia, border restrictions change based on medical advice. If you are planning to travel domestically, check the current domestic border restrictions and rules of the state or territory you are travelling to. Requirements could include COVID-19 testing after you arrive in Australia or vaccination requirements to visit certain venues or work in certain occupations. For more information see state and territory information.

For additional information about entry into Australia, refer to the Australian Border Force website.

Passengers on international flights must wear a face mask while in the airport environment and during the flight. Masks should be changed regularly. Masks are not required for children under 12 years of age and those with other recognised exemptions. Passengers should check with their airline or travel agent for further information.

Non Australians Travelling to Australia

The Department of Home Affairs provides a website with information about Australian visas and includes the latest requirements and documentation for international travel to Australia. To find out more about which visa is right for you, and to apply before you travel, use the Home Affairs Visa Finder.

Within Australia, border restrictions change based on medical advice. If you are planning to travel domestically, check the current domestic border restrictions and rules of the state or territory you are travelling to. Requirements could include COVID-19 testing after you arrive in Australia or vaccination requirements to visit certain venues or work in certain occupations. For more information see state and territory information.

For additional information about entry into Australia, refer to the Australian Border Force website.

Passengers on international flights must wear a face mask while in the airport environment and during the flight. Masks should be changed regularly. Masks are not required for children under 12 years of age and those with other recognised exemptions. Passengers should check with their airline or travel agent for further information.