State and territory governments have imposed a range of interstate travel restrictions that may affect your ability to cross a domestic border.
These travel restrictions have been implemented to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
They include the closure of certain state borders and people having to quarantine for 14 days in government-provided accommodation on arrival.
In some states and territories, travellers may be financially responsible for the cost of being quarantined.
As the health situation is continuing to change, it is important that you find out what restrictions are in place, and if there are any conditions, before booking or undertaking interstate travel. This includes consideration of restrictions when booking domestic air travel and holidays.
Find out more information about restrictions in your state or territory:
- Australian Capital Territory: ACT Government travel advice
- New South Wales: NSW Government travel advice
- Northern Territory: NT Government travel advice
- Queensland: QLD Government travel advice
- South Australia: SA Government travel advice
- Tasmania: TAS Government travel advice
- Victoria: VIC Government travel advice
- Western Australia: WA Government travel advice