Queensland Border Declaration Pass
Entry to Queensland is temporarily restricted by the Chief Health Officer in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Border Restrictions Direction 18 commenced on 1am 1 December 2020, which requires a person entering Queensland who in the last 14 days has either been in a COVID-19 hotspot or been overseas to apply for and receive a Queensland Border Declaration Pass
- An individual who requires a Queensland Border Declaration Pass must have one regardless of whether they are child and travelling with their parents.
- You must NOT complete this pass on behalf of another person, unless you are a parent or guardian completing it for a child or you are assisting a person with impaired capacity or special needs.
When you apply, you will need to upload identification and supporting documents, and allow 3 business days for approval.
After you apply
Once approved, you will receive an email with your border pass and entry code. If you receive a Q Pass you are only permitted to enter Queensland via air.
If you have not received an outcome on your application within 3 business days, call 134 COVID (13 42 68).
At the border
Upon arrival to Queensland you must present your pass to an Emergency Officer when requested to do so.
Queensland Border Restrictions and COVID-19 hotspots are subject to constant review and change, which could mean you are no longer permitted to enter Queensland or may be required to quarantine at government arranged accommodation at your own expense.
Freight and Logistics Pass (F Pass)
Please complete the Freight and Logistics Pass if you are providing essential freight and logistics transport.
General Declaration Pass (G Pass)
Please complete the General Declaration Pass if you have been in a COVID-19 hotspot or overseas in the last 14 days and are requesting ENTRY to Queensland and do not meet criteria for the Freight and Logistics pass.