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In need of top travel insurance? Premier Plus could be the policy you need. is owned by Blue Insurances Australia Pty Limited and offers a selection of policies to provide everything from basic right through to comprehensive cover. Part of Japan-based Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company, offers its policies in single- and multi-trip form.

If you’d like complete peace of mind when you go travelling, Premier Plus Travel Insurance offers comprehensive protection against a wide range of risks. does not currently have access to this travel insurance brand. You may wish to compare options available on the travel insurance homepage. Premier Plus Benefits

  • Cancelling your trip before departure. When circumstances beyond your control mean you have to call off your trip, such as if an immediate family member dies, you’ll be covered for cancellation fees and lost deposits relating to any pre-paid travel arrangements by Premier Plus.
  • Overseas medical expenses. If you’re injured or fall ill while overseas and require emergency medical attention, any medical, hospital, ambulance and surgical costs you incur will be covered. Premier Plus offers unlimited cover under this benefit.
  • In-hospital cash benefit. When you’re hospitalised and need to meet out-of-pocket expenses, for example phone calls and TV rental, you’ll receive an ongoing allowance to offer financial assistance.
  • Cutting your trip short. Premier Plus covers travel, accommodation and meal expenses that result when circumstances beyond your control force you to cut your trip short.
  • Additional emergency expenses. This benefit provides cover when you need to return home to Australia earlier than you have booked, which may occur because of illness, the death of a relative, having your passport stolen or a number of other reasons. Premier Plus covers the cost of additional meal, accommodation and travel expenses.
  • Resumption of journey. If you cut your trip short and then resume your journey at a later date, the cost incurred to re-start your journey will be covered by your Premier Plus policy.
  • Travel delay. When circumstances beyond your control, such as poor weather or employee strikes, cause your trip to be delayed, the cost of additional expenses you incur as a result will be covered by Premier Plus.
  • Personal belongings and baggage. Premier Plus covers repair or replacement costs when your personal belongings and baggage are lost, stolen or damaged.
  • Delayed baggage. Stuck in a foreign country without any baggage? Premier Plus offers an allowance to help you purchase emergency clothing and toiletry items.
  • Passport and travel documents. Lost, stolen or damaged passports and travel documents are covered under this benefit.
  • Money. Premier Plus provides cover for the theft of your money while you are overseas.
  • Death. A $25,000 death benefit is payable under the Premier Plus policy if you die as a result of an injury sustained during your journey.
  • Death of dependent child. If a dependent child dies while you are overseas, this Premier Plus benefit consists of a $25,000 lump sum payment.
  • Disability. If you suffer an injury during your trip and are totally and permanently disabled as a result, you can receive a lump sum benefit payment.
  • Personal liability. If you’re responsible for causing injury or property damage to someone else, this Premier Plus benefit provides cover for your legal liability.
  • Legal expenses. This Premier Plus benefit provides cover if you choose to claim compensation or damages for a death or injury suffered during your trip.
  • Hijack. Receive a benefit payment if you’re the victim of a hijacking.
  • Pet care. If your journey home is delayed by things like industrial action or poor weather, your Premier Plus covers you for housing your dog or cat in a boarding kennel or cattery for extra time.
  • Financial default. When the financial default of a travel services provider means you need to rearrange or cancel your trip, the resulting costs are covered by your Premier Plus policy.
  • Rental vehicle excess waiver. The Premier Plus policy provides cover when your rental vehicle is crashed, stolen or damaged and the rental company charges you an excess.
  • Loss of income. If you suffer a disability while travelling and cannot return to work when you return home, the resulting loss of income will be covered. International Travel Insurance offers three travel insurance policies: Essential, Premier and Premier Plus. Premier Plus sits at the top end of the range and offers an extensive range of benefits, but it’s also the most expensive policy option. Premier Cover, meanwhile, is a mid-range option that combines a broad selection of benefits with affordable premiums, while Essential Cover covers you for the basics when abroad. See the table of benefits below for more information. Premier Plus
Cancelling your trip before departureUnlimited
Overseas medical expensesUnlimited
In-hospital cash allowance$75 per 24 hours up to $5,000
Cutting your trip shortUnlimited
Additional emergency expenses$50,000
Resumption of journey$3,000
Travel delay$50 per 12 hours up to $1,500
Personal belongings and baggage$8,000
Delayed baggage$750
Passport and travel documents$5,000
Death of dependent child$25,000
Disability benefit$10,000
Personal liability$2.5 million
Legal expenses$25,000
Pet care $600
Financial default$1,000
Rental vehicle excess waiver$4,000
Loss of income$5,200 General Exclusions

Your Premier Plus claim will not be paid if:

  • It arises because of a pre-existing condition which you did not inform the insurer of
  • Any insured person is receiving treatment for any condition or set of symptoms that have not been diagnosed
  • Any insured person has in the last five years suffered from any heart condition, blood circulatory condition, diabetic condition, breathing condition, anxiety, depression or cancer
  • It arises because of your suicide or attempted suicide
  • It arises from the use of alcohol or drugs, except those prescribed to you by a medical practitioner
  • It arises due to your involvement in an illegal, criminal, malicious, deliberate or reckless act
  • It arises from your participation in missionary or humanitarian work
  • It is caused by war, insurrection or rebellion
  • It arises because you travel to a country which the Australian Government does not recommend travelling to
  • It is caused by extraordinary natural phenomena such as floods, earthquakes tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, etc
  • It is caused by you riding a motorcycle, unless you:
    • are wearing a helmet
    • hold a valid licence for the country you are in
    • if the bike is 125cc or higher, you must hold a licence to ride an equivalent powered bike in Australia
  • It is for consequential loss
  • It results from errors or omissions in your travel booking arrangements
  • It results from a government authority seizing, confiscating or detaining anything of yours. FAQs

How to Make a Claim

Lodging a claim with Premier Plus is designed to be as simple and straightforward as possible. You’ll need to provide written notice to the insurer’s claims department as soon as possible but within a maximum of 30 days of any insured event occurring. When you contact the claims department you will need to provide:

  1. Your policy number and the type of policy you have
  2. Where and when your policy was purchased
  3. Your travel dates and the date of the incident
  4. Where you travelled
  5. Details of the incident
  6. The value of your claim
  7. Supporting documentation such as receipts, invoices, police reports, etc.

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If you want comprehensive travel insurance protection, the features offered by Premier Plus Travel Insurance are well worth considering. However, you should always make sure to compare several policies before deciding on the right one for you.

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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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