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Where can I go?
The Australian Government has put in place a ban on overseas travel from Australia.
We recommend checking the latest information and advice on the relevant Government websites. The Australian Government information is available at the Border Force website, Department of Health website and Smartraveller.
Travelling within Australia
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.
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, except if you are travelling from specific areas of New South Wales, which are currently considered hotspots.
The Greater Brisbane region of Queensland is currently considered a hotspot by some states. Restrictions and quarantine periods may apply upon return to your home state.
If you are entering Queensland from New South Wales or have been in a currently declared hotspot, you are no longer able to quarantine in Queensland and will be turned away at the border. Exemptions may apply if you are a Queensland resident entering Queensland with a travel history in a COVID-19 hotspot. However, you must complete a Queensland Border Declaration Pass before you come to Queensland.
Travelling within Queensland
Queenslanders can travel anywhere in Queensland. 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.
Travelling to New South Wales
Domestic travel is allowed to NSW from all states, but restrictions may apply.
All or specific areas of NSW, are currently considered hotspots for some states. Quarantine periods may apply upon return to your home state.
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 restrictions around travelling to or from regional or rural NSW, or other areas of NSW.
Flights to New South Wales
Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to and within New South Wales. View our domestic schedule for further information.
Travelling to Victoria
Domestic travel is allowed to Victoria, except specific areas of New South Wales. For non-essential travel, you are not eligible to apply for a Victorian Border Crossing Permit and are prohibited from entering Victoria.
Victoria has established a permit system for all domestic travel into Victoria. You will need to apply for a permit to enter Victoria from anywhere in Australia.
Travelling within Victoria
Victorians can travel between regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne. There are no limits on how far you can travel or the reasons you can travel. You do not need a permit to travel.
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.
Travelling to ACT
Domestic travel is allowed to the ACT from all states, except specific areas of New South Wales, which are currently considered hotspots.
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.
Travelling to Tasmania
Domestic travellers from low-risk states and territories may enter Tasmania, with no requirement to quarantine on arrival. Low-risk states include Queensland, New South Wales (excluding some regions), Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and most of South Australia.
The Greater Sydney region of NSW is currently a medium-risk area. Travellers who have spent time in a medium-risk area in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania are required to quarantine.
Specific areas of Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria are currently considered high-risk areas. Non-essential travel from high-risk areas are not permitted to enter Tasmania.
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.
Travelling to South Australia
Domestic travel is allowed to South Australia, except specific areas of New South Wales. Restrictions and quarantine periods may apply.
Travellers arriving in South Australia must complete a Cross Border Travel Registration form
Travelling within South Australia
South Australians can travel anywhere in South Australia. There is no limit on distance or time spent at your destination.
Flights to South Australia
Virgin Australia is currently operating flights to Adelaide. View our domestic schedule for further information.
Travelling to the Northern Territory
Domestic travel is allowed to the Northern Territory, except specific areas of New South Wales, which are currently considered hotspots.
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.
Travelling to Western Australia
Domestic travel is allowed into Western Australia from any state. Restrictions and quarantine periods may apply.
Travellers from states and territories from very low-risk areas may enter without undertaking quarantine. Very low-risk areas include Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia and the Northern Territory.
Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales are considered low-risk jurisdictions. Travellers entering WA from low-risk areas must complete a mandatory G2G PASS registration and declaration. Quarantine periods and the requirement for COVID-10 testing may apply.
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.
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 and cancellation fees on bookings for travel up to 30 June 2021 when you book by 31 March 2021. Changes and cancellations must be made before your travel date. Fare differences may apply.
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