Current State Border Requirements
As at 21/12/2020
The current Australian State Border Crossing information is listed below for our ACCL members who are intending to travel this great country of ours during the Christmas Holidays.
Please be mindful that COVID-19 is a very dynamic virus and community outbreaks as is currently the case on Sydney Northern Beaches and greater Sydney area in any state will immediately impact on crossing state boarders.
Members are also reminded that each state in Australia may have COVID-19 requirements for tracking purposes. For example, SA has a requirement for you to download a state APP to utilise QR codes on entering places of business. If you don’t have a smart phone, then there is a requirement to fill out a manual entry. The wearing of face masks may be mandatory when entering certain businesses. Such as Chemists, Dental Surgeries, Doctors Surgeries, age care facilities, hospitals. Take the time to check the requirements in each state or it may cost you money in fines.
Queensland border passes are found at www.qld.gov.au/border-pass
New South Wales
Information regarding travel in and out of NSW is found at
Australian Capital Territory
ACT travel advise can be found at www.covid19.act.gov.au/community/travel
Victoria border passes are found at www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-border-crossing-permit
To enter Tasmania, you need to obtain a Tas e-Travel QR code at the following site,
SA border passes are found at www.police.sa.gov.au/online-services/cross-border-travel-application
The Northern Territory still requires travellers to complete a border entry form within 7 days prior to travelling into the NT.
The forms can be found at Coronavirus (COVID-19) (nt.gov.au)
If you are intending to enter Western Australia, you will require a G2G pass prior to reaching the boarder. These can be obtained from the following site;
Please be aware that if you enter WA from SA, you will currently be required to self-quarantine for 12 days. Providing SA does not record any more community cases between now and the 25th WA has indicated it is likely this requirement will be removed.
Keep well and stay safe.