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Travel from Australia to New Zealand
Quarantine-free travel to New Zealand from all Australian states and territories is suspended.
If you travel to New Zealand from Australia, all standard testing and quarantine measures will apply. See NZ COVID-19 for details.
Limited flights are operating from Australia to New Zealand. You must have a Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ) booking to secure your seat. Contact your airline or travel agent for flight availability.
Read the travel advice for New Zealand for COVID-19 entry requirements.
Travel from New Zealand to Australia
Quarantine-free travel from New Zealand to Australia has recommenced.
To travel quarantine free, you'll need to have:
- been in either Australia or New Zealand for the 14 days prior to departure,
- proof of a negative COVID-19 (PCR) test taken within 3 days of your departure flight to Australia, and
- evidence of full vaccination against COVID-19 consistent with the definition of fully vaccinated with a TGA approved or recognised vaccine.
Check the state and territory entry requirements as they may differ between each state and territory.
For detailed entry requirements see:
- advice for international travellers (Department of Health)
- the New Zealand safe travel zone (Department of Home Affairs)
- See our general information about travel zones
- Read the CHOICE travel insurance buying guide: COVID-19 edition
- Unite against COVID (New Zealand Government)