Where can I go? | Coronavirus Customer Hub

Where can I go?

Travel restrictions are in place across Australia and we understand it’s difficult to stay up-to-date with the latest information. To make it easier to book your next getaway, we've collated information to help you see which states you might be able to travel to during this time. 

Should border restrictions impact your journey after you've booked, relax knowing that our Flexible Flying policy allows you to change your flight date with no fees for travel up to 31 January 2021*.

We recommend using this information as a guide and checking the relevant state government websites related to your journey. 

To get started, simply choose a destination on the map below.

Travelling to Queensland

Domestic travel is allowed to Queensland, but restrictions and quarantine periods may apply.

If you are entering Queensland with a travel history in a COVID-19 hotspot you are required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival in Queensland.

All of Victoria and NSW (excluding the NSW border zone) are currently considered a hotspot.

To travel to Queensland you must complete the Queensland Border Declaration Pass, even if you are a Queensland resident returning to the state.

 

Travelling within Queensland

Queenslanders can travel anywhere in Queensland or the New South Wales border zone for any reason. There is no limit on distance or time spent at your destination.

 

Flights to Queensland

Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to and within Queensland. View our domestic schedule for further information.

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Travelling to New South Wales

Domestic travel is allowed to New South Wales from all states except Victoria, but restrictions and quarantine periods may apply.

New South Wales has temporarily shut its border with Victoria. Anyone who has been in Victoria in the past 14 days must not enter NSW unless they’re eligible and hold a current border entry permit.

If you're returning to NSW from anywhere else in Australia, you won’t need to quarantine.

 

Travelling within New South Wales

There are no limitations on people who live in NSW travelling within NSW, including to Lord Howe Island. Some restrictions to accommodation limits may apply.

 

Flights to New South Wales

Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to and within New South Wales. View our domestic schedule for further information.

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Travelling to Victoria

Some states have restricted their residents from travelling to Victoria, and most will require you to quarantine upon returning to your home state if you have visited Victoria.

 

Travelling within Victoria

Restrictions are in place across Victoria impacting your ability to travel within the state.

 

Flights to Victoria

Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to Melbourne for those who need to travel to the state, and we look forward to welcoming Victorian residents back on board once restrictions ease.

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Travelling to ACT

Domestic travel is allowed to the ACT from all states except Victoria.

Victorian residents wishing to visit the ACT must only travel by air and receive an exemption prior to travel.

Travellers from all other states are permitted to enter and do not need to quarantine upon arrival in the ACT, however the ACT Government strongly advises anyone from COVID-affected areas to reconsider their travel to the ACT.

Travelling within ACT

There are no restrictions on travelling within the ACT.

 

Flights to the ACT

Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to Canberra. View our domestic schedule for further information.

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Travelling to Tasmania

Domestic travellers from low-risk states and territories are now allowed to visit Tasmania. Low-risk states include Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.

New South Wales is considered a medium-risk area. Travellers who have spent time in a medium-risk area in the 14 days prior to arrival in Tasmania are required to quarantine.

Victoria is considered a high-risk area. Non-essential travellers arriving from a high-risk location are not permitted to enter Tasmania without pre-approval.

 

Travelling within Tasmania

King Island and Flinders Islands residents can travel to mainland Tasmania without quarantining on their return if they don’t travel via medium or high-risk locations in Australia.

While Tasmanians are still being encouraged to limit non-essential travel, restrictions on accommodation have eased.

 

Flights to Tasmania

Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to Tasmania. View our domestic schedule for further information.

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Travelling to South Australia

Domestic travel is allowed to South Australia from all states except Victoria, but restrictions may apply for travellers from other locations.

Most people can't enter South Australia from Victoria — including South Australian residents. This includes travellers who have only transited through a Melbourne airport.

Travellers from all other states are permitted to enter and do not need to quarantine upon arrival in South Australia, however you must complete a Cross Border Travel Registration form

 

Travelling within South Australia

There are no restrictions on travelling within South Australia.

 

Flights to South Australia

Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to Adelaide. View our domestic schedule for further information.

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Travelling to the Northern Territory

Domestic travel is allowed to the Northern Territory but restrictions and quarantine periods may apply.

If you are entering the Northern Territory with a travel history in a COVID-19 hotspot you are required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival.

For the Northern Territory, you’re not considered to have been in a declared hotspot if you were only in the airport — for a stopover, for example — and did not leave the airport.

All travelers are required to complete a Border Entry Form before arrival to the Northern Territory.

 

Travelling within the Northern Territory

There are no restrictions on travelling within the Northern Territory

 

Flights to the Northern Territory

Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to Darwin and Alice Springs. View our domestic schedule for further information.

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Travelling to Western Australia

Domestic travel is restricted from any state in Australia unless you are an exempt traveler, and all travellers to WA must apply for a G2G Pass.

Entry into WA may be subject to terms and conditions, including a requirement to quarantine for 14 days.

 

Travelling within Western Australia

Travel is now permitted throughout all regions within WA, except for entry into remote Aboriginal communities.

 

Flights to Western Australia

Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to and within Western Australia. View our domestic schedule for further information.

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Fly Flexibly

We know there’s a lot of uncertainty with travel at the moment, so we want you to know we’ve got your back.

To provide you with flexibility for your travel plans we're waiving change fees* on domestic bookings for travel between 15 March 2020 and 31 January 2021.

How to book

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Use the search widget below to book your flight, we recommend reviewing our latest domestic schedule first. 
 

Change your flight with no fees* 

If you need to change your travel plans, or new border restrictions impact your flight, relax knowing we will happily change your flight travel date or destination for no change fee

*Fare differences and/or applicable taxes for booking changes may apply.  Maximum of two changes without fees for international bookings made on or after 21 April 2020.  Changes subject to seat availability on desired flight.
 

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