Travelling to Australia

7 May 2021

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You can now travel to and from most states in Australia without having to enter a managed isolation facility when you arrive.

While it’s mostly business as usual at Wellington Airport, there are some differences you need to be aware of. The main one is you will need to complete an online Australian Travel Declaration at least 72 hours before you fly to Australia from New Zealand. Each state and territory may also have their own restrictions and requirements.

The below links provide all the information you need to know before you travel, while at the airport and after you arrive at your destination:

Travel from New Zealand to Australia

Travel from Australia to New Zealand

New South Wales travel pause lifted - Updated 10 May 2021

The current travel pause with New South Wales lifted at 11.59pm on Sunday 9 May.

There is some specific advice for travellers to be aware of:

  • Anyone who is in Australia and was at any of the locations of interest at the times specified is asked to follow New South Wales health advice regarding isolation and testing and MUST NOT travel to New Zealand within 14 days from when they were at the location.
  • As before, anyone who has arrived in New Zealand and who was at a location of interest at the specified time must self-isolate immediately and call Healthline for information on when they should be tested.

For further information about travel to and from New South Wales, visit the Unite Against COVID-19 website.

If you have a question about a particular flight or need to rebook a flight, please contact your airline.