Queensland Border Declaration Pass (General)
- National and state security officers or health or emergency services workers responding to an emergency (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.
- If you are required to quarantine under the Border Restriction Direction and have completed 14 days government mandated quarantine in a COVID-19 hotspot you may be eligible for an exemption from the Chief Health Officer.
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