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Covid-19: Regulations for travel to Australia

  1. Only people with Australian citizenship, permanent residents and their first degree relatives, as well as people with an  authorized exception , can enter Australia.
  2. All other people, including temporary residents, international students and tourists, cannot enter Australia until further notice.
  3. Australians, permanent residents and their first degree relatives who enter Australia and have two doses of the Australian government approved vaccines may be subject to reduced quarantine periods, depending on the state they enter.
  4. Each state is responsible for establishing quarantine requirements. For specific requirements, visit the Department of Health page for the state where your flight arrives: departments
  5. The Australian government recognized vaccines for international travelers are: AstraZeneca Vaxzevria (two doses), Pfizer / Biontech Comirnaty (two doses), Moderna Spikevax (two doses), Janssen-Cilag COVID Vaccine (one dose), AstraZeneca COVISHIELD (two doses), Sinovac Coronavac (two doses).
  6. Vaccinated persons entering Australia must present a certificate of vaccination, issued by a state, national authority or accredited vaccine provider, in English or with a certified English translation, including at least the name of the traveler (as it appears in the passport), date of birth or passport number of the traveler, brand of the vaccine and either the date of each dose or the date on which the traveler completed the vaccination chart.
  7. All persons entering Australia (including persons in transit and holders of diplomatic passports), must present a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to travel and may be subject to COVID-19 testing and medical review.
  8. Australian citizens and permanent residents of Australia over the age of 12 who have received two doses of one of the approved vaccines will be able to leave the country without the need for a travel exception.
  9. Australians and permanent residents who are not vaccinated will continue to be subject to travel restrictions to leave (travel exception requirement) and to enter the country (mandatory two-week quarantine).
  • If you are planning a trip to or from Australia, we suggest you check with your airline about the status of your reservations.
  • Travel restrictions to Australia are frequently reviewed and depend on several factors, including the percentage of the Australian population vaccinated. If you wish to travel to Australia, we recommend that you check the latest travel restrictions here:
Always remember to check with your airline, your itinerary and requirements at the time of boarding, to comply with the protocol and restrictions according to the destination you are going to.

 Tips before departing

Melbourne airport (MEL)
  Make sure you arrive at Melbourne airport (MEL) at least 3 hours before the flight if it is an international flight or 2 if it is a domestic one.

  Check the luggage limits (size, weight, items forbidden, etc) with your airline.

  Have all the documentation to carry out the check in (ticket, passport, Visa).

  Check the  Transportation available towards the Melbourne airport (MEL) and the Terminal where you depart. If you arrive at the airport by car check the airport   Parking facilities.

  Check the   Facilities and Lounges (if there are) within the airport grounds, to organize your waiting.

  Once inside the terminal, look at the electronic screens to know the status of your flight. If necessary, declare your new electronic devices at the Tax office.

  At the check-in desk (if necessary) you can check the big baggage, show your ticket (printed or in your phone) and passport and receive your boarding pass. In case you do not need to check a luggage, some airports have self-service check in kiosks where you can get and print your boardking pass.

  Then, at the security control area, if you bring a laptop or a similar device, in you cabin luggage, you will have to place it outside the hang bag. After passing the security area you will get in at the boarding zone. Check you boarding gate and wait the airline call, always having in hand your passport and boarding pass.

  If you are a handicapped passenger, you should coordinate your trip with your airline at least 48 hours in advance and check the  Disabled Passengers facilities. Enjoy your flight!