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Are you in need of comprehensive cover at the right price? Premier Travel Insurance might be the policy for you. offers a range of affordable travel insurance policies to meet the needs of Australian travellers. is a part of Blue Insurances Australia Limited, which is in turn owned by global insurer Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company. If you’re looking for a mid-level travel insurance policy that combines a wide range of cover with value for money, Premier Travel Insurance has been designed with you in mind. does not currently have access to this travel insurance brand. You may wish to compare options available on the travel insurance homepage. Premier Benefits

  • Am I covered if I have to cancel my trip before I go? When unexpected circumstances (such as the death of a relative) force you to cancel your journey before you leave home, Premier covers the cost of any cancellation fees you have to pay or any non-refundable deposits.
  • Am I covered for overseas medical expenses? This benefit offers unlimited cover for medical, hospital, surgical and ambulance costs you incur overseas. The expense of medical repatriation to Australia will also be covered if necessary.
  • Does this policy provide an in-hospital cash benefit? This ongoing benefit from Premier helps cover your out-of-pocket expenses (phone calls, magazines, etc.) while you are hospitalised overseas.
  • Is trip curtailment covered? If you have to cut your trip short due to certain circumstances, for example if you are medically unfit to travel or if a relative passes away, travel, accommodation and meal expenses you incur as a result will be covered.
  • What happens if I have additional emergency expenses? This benefit covers you when you need to return home to Australia earlier than planned. This may occur because you are medically unfit to travel, because your home has suffered significant damage, or even because you lose your passport. Premier Travel Insurance covers the cost of additional meal, accommodation and travelling expenses that arise in such situations.
  • Am I covered for travel delay? When poor weather, industrial action or mechanical breakdown cause your departure from or return to Australia to be delayed, this Premier benefit provides financial assistance.
  • Are my personal belongings and baggage covered? When your luggage or personal belongings are lost, stolen or damaged, you’re covered for the cost of their replacement or repair.
  • What happens if my baggage is delayed? When a transport provider delays your luggage for more than a certain period, you’ll receive a benefit payment to purchase critical items like toiletries and clothing.
  • Are my passport and travel documents covered? Premier Travel Insurance provides financial assistance when your passport or travel documents are lost, stolen or damaged.
  • Am I covered if my cash is stolen? Yes, you're covered for the theft of money from your person of up to $250.
  • Is there a death benefit? If an accidental injury during your trip leads to the death of an insured person, your Premier policy pays a $20,000 benefit.
  • What happens in the case of the death of dependent child? If a dependent child dies during your journey, your Premier policy pays a $20,000 benefit.
  • Is there a disability cover? If you are injured during your trip and suffer a total and permanent disability, your Premier policy will provide a lump sum benefit.
  • Am I covered for personal liability? This Premier Travel Insurance benefit covers you when you are legally liable for causing injury or property damage to a third party.
  • What happens if I have legal expenses? If you decide to seek compensation or damages for death or injury suffered during your trip, the legal costs you incur as a result will be covered.
  • What happens in the case of financial default? This benefit provides cover in the event of a financial default by a travel services provider. It covers the cost of things like rearranging your transport and accommodation or even cancelling your trip.
  • Is there cover for rental vehicle excess waiver? When your rental vehicle is stolen or damaged, your Premier insurance policy will cover the cost of the excess you will be required to pay to the rental company.
  • What happens if I suffer loss of income? If you suffer an injury and become disabled during your journey and are unable to return to work, cover is provided for your resulting loss of income. Premier Travel Insurance
Additional emergency expenses$12,500
Cancelling your trip before departure$10,000
Cutting your trip short$12,500
Death of dependent child$20,000
Delayed baggage$500
Disability benefit$7,500
Financial default$750
In-hospital cash allowance$75 per 24 hours up to $2,500
Legal expenses$8,000
Loss of income$4,000
Overseas medical expensesUnlimited
Passport and travel documents$2,000
Personal belongings and baggage$6,000
Personal liability$2 million
Pet careNil
Rental vehicle excess waiver$4,000
Resumption of journeyNil
Travel delay$25 per 12 hours up to $1,000

When won't payout a claim?

Your Premier Travel Insurance claim will not be paid if:

  • It arises due to a pre-existing medical condition that you do not inform the insurer about
  • If any insured person has in the past five years suffered from a heart condition, a blood circulatory condition, a diabetes condition, cancer, anxiety or depression
  • If any insured person is receiving or waiting for treatment for an undiagnosed condition or symptoms
  • If you are travelling against the advice of a medical practitioner
  • It is caused by war, revolution or civil insurrection
  • It arises because you visit a country which the Australian Government has issued a travel advisory for
  • It results from extraordinary natural phenomena like floods, earthquakes, landslides, tsunamis, etc
  • It arises from your use of a motorcycle unless:
    • you are wearing a helmet
    • you hold a valid licence for the country you are in
    • if you are on a bike of 125cc or more, you must hold a licence that allows you to ride an equivalent powered bike in Australia
  • It is for consequential loss
  • It arises because of your deliberate, malicious or illegal act
  • It arises because you fail to get the vaccinations you need to travel
  • It arises due to errors or omissions in your booking arrangements. FAQs

How to Make a Claim

You’ll need to notify Premier Travel Insurance of your claim as soon as possible, but definitely within 30 days of any incident that occurs. You’ll need to provide the following details when you contact the claims department:

  1. Your policy number and when your policy was purchased
  2. What type of policy you have
  3. Where you travelled
  4. The value of your claim
  5. The circumstances that led to your claim
  6. Invoices, receipts, medical reports, police reports etc. to support your claim
  7. The date of the incident and the dates you travelled.

Compare Premier policies online Premier Travel Insurance might be worth considering if you want a mid-level travel insurance policy. Just make sure to compare its features with those of other policies on the market to ensure that you get good value for money.

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Richard Laycock

Richard is the Insurance Editor at finder, and has been wrangling insurance Product Disclosure Statements for the last 4 years. When he’s not helping Aussies make sense of the fine print, he can be found testing the quality of Aperol Spritzes in his new found home of New York. Richard studied Journalism at Macquarie University and The Missouri School of Journalism, and has a Tier 1 certification in General Advice for Life Insurance. He has also been published in CSO Australia and Dynamic Business.

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