International Travel Hub

International Travel Hub

Australia’s international border has reopened for overseas 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*.

International Travel Checklist

Download our travel checklist to prepare you for your next international trip. 

Departing Australia

Departing Australia

  • Masks in airports and onboard aircraft are mandatory (unless you’re eating!).
  • Most airlines and destinations require you to show evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result at check-in.
  • Take your COVID-19 PCR test within 72-48 hours of your departing flight (depending on your destination).
  • Make sure you have your Australian International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (ICVC) with you.
  • Some countries require arrival documentation to be completed. Most of these pre-departure forms are online.
  • Travel insurance (covering COVID-19) is also required for entry into some countries. Check the entry requirements of the country you’re travelling to on Smartraveller or speak to your FCM Travel Manager for more info.
Returning to Australia

Returning to Australia

  • Take a COVID-19 PCR test and complete an Australia Declaration Form online within 72 hours of your departing flight. You’ll need a negative COVID-19 PCR test result for check-in.
  • Ensure you have your mask with you and your Australian International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (ICVC) is accessible for your flight home.
  • Some states require COVID-19 PCR tests on arrival back into Australia. For the latest information, visit Smartraveller for further info or contact your FCM Travel Manager.

*Contact your FCM Travel Manager for more information on which Australian states require quarantine.