COVID-19 vaccine update
On 9 April 2021 the Australian Government updated its advice on the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Restrictions for all of Queensland
From 12pm (midday) AEST Thursday 1 April to Thursday 15 April:
- Mandatory mask wearing requirements apply for all of Queensland
- Additional restrictions for gatherings and businesses apply for all of Queensland.
Contact tracing alerts have been issued for locations visited in greater Brisbane, Gladstone, Gold Coast and Byron Bay.
Updates for anyone traveling to or from Queensland
Leaving QLD to go interstate
Check your destination's state government travel restrictions for the latest information.
Read more about travelling outside of QLD.
Entering Queensland from any Australian state or territory
You can enter Queensland from any Australian state or territory.
Read more about entering Queensland.
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
- The Queensland Border Declaration Pass system is not active. You do not need a border pass to enter Queensland.
- 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.