From 12pm AEST Tuesday 27 April 2021, the Perth and Peel regions of WA are no longer declared COVID-19 hotspots.
Hotspots are places in Australian states or territories other than Queensland, or in safe travel zone countries where health officials have found a lot of people with COVID-19, or places that are at risk of a lot of COVID-19 infections. Hotspots are legally listed so that we can identify people travelling into Queensland from those high-risk areas.
Queensland has no COVID-19 hotspots declared for any other states or territories in Australia.
- You are free to enter Queensland from any Australian state or territory for any purpose
- View the Quarantine for International Arrivals Direction for information about entering Queensland from overseas.
If there is a need for border restrictions to be put in place in the future, the Border Restrictions Direction and the Queensland Border Declaration Pass system may be reinstated.
Declaration of COVID-19 hotspots
Hotspots are legally listed so that people travelling from those high-risk areas into Queensland can be identified.
See the Chief Health Officer's Declaration of COVID-19 hotspots.