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COVID-19 Travel Advice
As the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus continues to impact travel throughout the world, TTFN Travel is monitoring the situation daily and how this affects your current and future travel itineraries.
Our Travel specialists are here to assist you with your travel plans, focusing on your health and safety as well as mitigating the financial risk of your bookings. If you travel has been impacted or you expect it to be impacted by travel restrictions we encourage you to contact us to talk through your travel arrangements. In the case of any sudden border closures that impact you we will contact you and explain all your options that comply with the restrictions. In the meantime please also refer to these reliable sources for the most up to date information and further COVID-19 Travel Advice.
Register to travel to other Australian States
Western Australia – G2G Pass
Tasmania – TAS e-Travel Registration – Only required for unvaccinated travellers
Northern Territory – No applications necessary – Unvaccinated travellers are not eligible to travel to the Northern Territory
Victoria – COVID-19 Border Entry Permit – Only required for travellers who have returned from international travel within 14 days
New South Wales, ACT, Queensland and South Australia do not require any declarations or travel permits to enter.
For updated directions, check with the Health Direct website: Health Direct State Travel Restriction Checker
Information for those planning to leave Australia – Department of Home Affairs
Australian citizens and permanent residents who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 do not need to apply for an exemption to leave the country. Children under 12 and those who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons will also be able to travel overseas without an exemption.
Unvaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents wishing to travel overseas (apart from children under 12 and those who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons) are required to apply for an exemption to leave Australia.
COVID-19 Travel Insurance
Some travel insurance providers may now cover some COVID-19 related travel disruptions. It’s important you check this very carefully and purchase travel insurance when you book your holiday, not just before your travel date. If your preferred provider does not cover any or all COVID-19 disruptions, separate COVID-19 Travel Insurance products can be purchased. Please discuss with your TTFN travel consultant if you have any questions.
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