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While Australia is grappling with COVID-19 restrictions at our state borders, we tell you where to go and where not. Border controls can change quickly – check before you book and be ready to take care of the paperwork. Here is a state guide for travelers. The ACT government has closed its borders to travelers from Victoria. There are no restrictions for travelers from other states. The border with Victoria remains closed to contain the spread of the coronavirus. There are no other restrictions on crossing the NSW border from other states, but travelers must follow their home state rules on their return. NSW residents can vacation anywhere in the state, but travel to NSW Health designated hotspots is not recommended. Local areas welcome visitors, but book your accommodation in advance and call the attractions to ensure they are open before you travel. Caravan parks and campsites are open, as are museums and galleries. The one person per four square meters rule applies to indoor meals and group bookings for up to 30 people are now allowed. Queensland announced on Friday that it would reopen its borders to regional NSW from November 3rd. Greater Sydney residents are still banned from entering the northern state. Visitors from outside Sydney can travel through the capital’s airport without stopping in the metropolitan area. The Queensland border has been closed to anyone who has been at a COVID-19 hotspot in the past 14 days. Residents of the northern border zone of NSW are free to enter Queensland. The borders are open to all states and territories except Victoria. Greater Sydney was removed from the NT’s list of coronavirus hotspots last week. South Australia has reopened its borders to ACT and NSW residents. Visitors from Victoria remain banned. Travelers from other countries can enter without restrictions, but all require cross-border travel registration. Tasmania eased border restrictions for travelers from Queensland, ACT, SA, WA and NT starting October 26th. NSW can be admitted from November 2nd depending on the case number. Victoria visitors are required to quarantine themselves in government-designated accommodation for 14 days at their own expense. Travel restrictions are relaxed. Domestic travel between Melbourne and regional Victoria will be permitted beginning November 9, and the 25-kilometer limit for Melburnians will also be removed. Retail stores, cafes, bars and restaurants have reopened. Traveling to Victoria from other states is still not recommended. Face masks are mandatory outside of the home throughout Victoria. Western Australia will reopen its borders to all states and territories from November 14th. Those in NSW and Victoria will still face some restrictions – anyone who has recently been to either state will have to put themselves under Quarina. Arrivals from all other states and territories do not need to be quarantined, but are subject to health exams, temperature checks and recent travel statements. However, some restrictions remain for people from NSW and Victoria. … you might enjoy too

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While Australia is grappling with COVID-19 restrictions at our state borders, we tell you where to go and where not. Border controls can change quickly – check before you book and be ready to take care of the paperwork. Here is a state guide for travelers.

The ACT government has closed its borders to travelers from Victoria. There are no restrictions for travelers from other states.

The border with Victoria remains closed to contain the spread of the coronavirus. There are no other restrictions on crossing the NSW border from other states, but travelers must follow their home state rules on their return.

NSW residents can vacation anywhere in the state, but travel to NSW Health designated hotspots is not recommended. Local areas welcome visitors, but book your accommodation in advance and call the attractions to ensure they are open before you travel. Caravan parks and campsites are open, as are museums and galleries. The one person per four square meters rule applies to indoor meals and group bookings for up to 30 people are now allowed.

Queensland announced on Friday that it would reopen its borders to regional NSW from November 3rd. Greater Sydney residents are still banned from entering the northern state.

Visitors from outside Sydney can travel through the capital’s airport without stopping in the metropolitan area.

The Queensland border has been closed to anyone who has been at a COVID-19 hotspot in the past 14 days. Residents of the northern border zone of NSW are free to enter Queensland.

The borders are open to all states and territories except Victoria. Greater Sydney was removed from the NT’s list of coronavirus hotspots last week.

South Australia has reopened its borders to ACT and NSW residents. Visitors from Victoria remain banned. Travelers from other countries can enter without restrictions, but all require cross-border travel registration.

Tasmania eased border restrictions for travelers from Queensland, ACT, SA, WA and NT starting October 26th. NSW can be admitted from November 2nd depending on the case number. Victoria visitors are required to quarantine themselves in government-designated accommodation for 14 days at their own expense.

Travel restrictions are relaxed. Domestic travel between Melbourne and regional Victoria will be permitted beginning November 9, and the 25-kilometer limit for Melburnians will also be removed. Retail stores, cafes, bars and restaurants have reopened. Traveling to Victoria from other states is still not recommended. Face masks are mandatory outside of the home throughout Victoria.

Western Australia will reopen its borders to all states and territories from November 14th.

Those in NSW and Victoria will still face some restrictions – anyone who has recently been to either state will have to quaratinize themselves. Arrivals from all other states and territories do not need to be quarantined, but are subject to health exams, temperature checks and recent travel statements.

However, some restrictions remain for people from NSW and Victoria.

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