Borders are closed. There are few exceptions however.
These passengers are allowed to enter:
- citizens and permanent residents of Australia and their immediate members of the family;
- citizens of New Zealand residing in Australia;
- people who have been in Australia, New Zealand or both for the full 14 days before their flight to Australia;
- holders of a visa and have been granted an exemption before departure. Details can be found on the website
Arriving people could be subject to quarantine for 14 days at the first point of entry. Details can be found on the website
Passengers should present a “Travel Declaration” form at the time of check-in.
Passengers transiting through Australia for 8 to 72 hours are quarantined until their departure.
People entering or transiting through Australia must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result of a test taken not more than 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
This doesn’t apply to:
- children under 5;
- people arriving from Kiribati, New Zealand (only designated ‘green safe travel zone’ flights), Niue, Samoa, Solomon Isl., Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu or Vanuatu;
- holders of a positive COVID-19 PCR test result, and a medical discharge issued at most 4 weeks before departure which specifies that: at least 14 days have passed since they were infected with COVID-19; and 72 hours have passed since the recovery of fever and respiratory symptoms; a person has recovered from COVID-19 and is not infectious.
Countries where the test can be accepted if it was conducted 96-hours or less, prior to the scheduled flight departure: Cook Islands, Nauru, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, French Polynesia, Timor Leste, Marshall Islands.
More information can be found here https://tinyurl.com/y398dxv4