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. 

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Departing Australia

  • Masks in airports and onboard aircraft are mandatory (unless you’re eating!).
  • Give yourself at least 3 hours for international check-in.
  • Some airlines and destinations require you to show evidence of a negative COVID-19 test result at check-in.
  • Take your COVID-19 test within 72-24 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. Take printed copies of all documentation with you also.
  • 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.
  • Check the Trip Planner for more information on which destinations & airlines require a negative COVID-19 test result.
Returning to Australia Infographic

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.
  • Complete a Digital Passenger Declaration (DPD) online within 72 hours of your departing flight.
  • Have all your travel paperwork handy to fill out the Digital Passenger Declaration form.
  • Ensure you have your mask with you and your Australian International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (ICVC) is accessible for your flight home