Learn up-to-date visa requirements for over 150+ nationalities.
Travel is allowed
Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results is not required
Quarantine is not required
A passport is required to enter Australia
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is not required for Australia
Masks are not required in public
Vessels arriving in Australian territory should ensure compliance with pre-arrival reporting and pratique requirements. (local port authorities may have additional requirements over and above those outlined)
Are there any restrictions on vessels whose previous port call was from COVID -19 high risk countries?
Are there any restrictions on crew who embarked from COVID -19 high risk countries or specific nationalities?
Crew change permitted?
Yes but subject to state and port specific regulations.
International travellers into and out of Australia will still be required to provide proof of double vaccination against COVID-19. Travellers will also still be required to wear a mask while on international flights based on medical advice. These measures will be implemented under the non-emergency provisions in the Biosecurity Act. The requirements for maritime arrivals will also be aligned with those on airlines, as part of the safety protocols for the resumption of cruising.
Must have a COVID-19 RAT test within 24 hours of arriving.
Shore leave permitted?
Yes subject to Local State Jurisdictions, Port & Terminal specific regulations.
Any other restrictions due to COVID - 19?
ABF and Biosecurity officers remain responsible for border clearance processes. Vessels that report ill persons will undergo a...