International Travel



International Travel Information

Australia’s border is open for international travel. If you’re fully vaccinated you can travel overseas without a government exemption.

Return travellers don’t have to quarantine in hotels or at home on arrival into selected Australian states*.



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Departing Australia

There’s a few things you’ll need to do or check before travelling overseas. Make sure you take a printed and electronic version of your Australian International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate with you to the airport. Before travelling talk to your Travel Consultant or the airline you're travelling with, to confirm if you need to show a negative COVID-19 test result at check-in or boarding.

*To check the requirements of the country you’re travelling to, see our COVID travel map or our destination guides. For all other matters talk to your Travel Consultant.

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Returning to Australia

Australia does not require COVID-19 tests prior to travel or on arrival for fully vaccinated passengers. Check if your airline requires a COVID-19 test result for check-in.

Complete a Digital Passenger Declaration (DPD) online within 72 hours of your departing flight.

Ensure you have your mask with you and your Australian International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (ICVC) is accessible for your flight home.

*Check requirements with your airline, or contact your Corporate Traveller Consultant for further information.  

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