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COVID-19 advice for international arrivals to Queensland

If you are coming to Queensland from overseas you will need to complete 14 days of mandatory quarantine at a government nominated hotel at your own expense.

You will not need to quarantine if you have:

  • only been in safe travel zone country for 14 days prior to arrival to Queensland and travelled on a quarantine free flight or
  • received a written exemption from hotel quarantine

Read more about quarantine in government arranged accommodation.

Once you have completed quarantine, you can travel within Australia in line with state and territory domestic travel restrictions.

Before entering Queensland

At least 3 days before you depart for Queensland you should complete the Queensland International Arrivals Registration form.

The information collected in the registration process includes your flight details, contact details and who you are travelling with. This information helps to determine suitable quarantine arrangements and allows us to contact you to provide additional information about your obligations in entering Queensland and other COVID-19 related purposes.

Children under the age of 18 travelling with their parent or guardian can be included in the parent or guardian’s registration and do not require an individual Queensland International Arrivals Registration. Unaccompanied minors will need to be met by a parent or guardian at the airport who will enter 14 days of government-arranged quarantine with them unless an exemption from quarantine has been granted.

On arrival in Queensland you will be met by an emergency officer and served with a Quarantine Direction Notice if you are required to quarantine. Transport to your government arranged accommodation for quarantine will be provided.

 

Queensland International Arrivals Registration

Please complete the Queensland International Arrivals Registration at least 3 days before departing for Queensland from overseas.

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