Queensland Border Declaration Pass - General (G Pass)
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If you are not able to complete the border pass form online, upon arrival at the border, please present to an Emergency Officer and manually complete a Queensland Border Declaration Pass.
NOTE: A pass does not guarantee entry into Queensland as this is determined by an Emergency Officer at the border checkpoint in accordance with the current published public health directions of the Chief Health Officer.
- National and state security officers, police or health or emergency services workers responding to an emergency in Queensland (eg a paramedic driving an ambulance across the border to transport a patient with life threatening injuries) and maritime crew entering Queensland in accordance with the protocol for maritime crew are not required to complete the Queensland Border Declaration Pass.
- A separate declaration pass is required for each individual, including children, and all travellers in your party must be eligible to enter Queensland. If an individual seeking to enter Queensland is a child or a person with impaired capacity, a parent or guardian may complete this form on behalf of the person.
- Once your Queensland Border Declaration Pass is approved it is valid for a 7-day period or until your circumstances change, whichever is shorter. If you need to enter Queensland after this period, you will need to apply for a new Queensland Border Declaration Pass.
- Pass applications are required to be completed prior to entering Queensland.