Where can I travel in Australia as restrictions ease?
An up-to-date guide on where you can go and what you can do as travel restrictions due to coronavirus ease.
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Intrastate and interstate restrictions across Australia are constantly being changed.
So, where can you go and what can you do right now? We've laid out each state's current domestic travel restrictions so you get it right.
New South Wales
Intrastate travel is permitted and borders to all states and territories are open. Click for more.
Intrastate travel is permitted. Borders are open with all Australian states and territories.
The Northern Territory is open to all Australians. Here's where you can go and what you can do in the NT.
Regional travel is allowed outside of lockdown areas and state borders are open to all. Find out more here.
Which borders are open?
The domestic travel rules and regulations are changing constantly. The latest border statuses are below:
Interactive map courtesy of Tourism Australia.
|State||Border status||Who can enter without restrictions?||Do I need a permit?||More information|
|Australian Capital Territory||Open||All states and territories||No, everyone may enter freely if permitted||ACT government website|
|New South Wales||Open||All states and territories||Everyone may enter freely||NSW government website|
|Northern Territory||Open||All states and territories||Yes, all arrivals must complete a border entry form||Northern Territory government website|
|Queensland||Open||All states and territories||No. The border declaration pass is no longer required, unless you're travelling from a hotspot||Queensland government website|
|South Australia||Open||All states and territories||All eligible visitors must fill out a Cross Border Travel Registration||South Australia government website|
|Tasmania||Open||All states and territories||All eligible visitors must complete a G2G pass||Tasmania Government website|
|Victoria||Open||All states and territories||All visitors need to apply for a permit||Victoria Government website|
|Western Australia||Open||All states and territories||All visitors must present a G2G pass||Western Australia government website|
Frequently asked questions about the domestic travel restrictions in Australia
When will domestic travel resume in Australia?
When will international travel resume?
Are there any rules or regulations I should expect when travelling?
Will I be covered by domestic travel insurance during the coronavirus pandemic?
Can I visit beaches?
Can I visit amusement and theme parks?
Can I go camping?
Can I stay in hotels?
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