State border closures and the impact on international travellers

Covid-19 Australian Travel Update

Some states in Australia are experiencing small (by international standards) Covid-19 outbreaks. The state governments in Australia have primary control over the health system, so some states have closed their borders to people entering from other states.

All international travellers planning a trip to Australia in the next 4 weeks should arrive in the capital city of the state they intend to spend the majority of their time in Australia in. Arriving in a state other than the final destination may result in 2 weeks quarantine at the international arrival point and then a further 2 weeks quarantine (and border exemption application) in the state they intend to spend time in.

More information about the border closures can be found using the links below:

Hammond Taylor will continue to provide updates as the state border restrictions ease.

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