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Travel – Tasmania

Updated on 21 May 2022, at 14:42 AET

Travelling to Tasmania

There are currently no entry requirements in place for travellers to Tasmania.

Travellers — other than those on cruise ships — can arrive at any air or seaport on mainland Tasmania, King Island, Flinders Island or any island in the Furneaux group of islands. Pilots of small aircraft or vessels without publicly available schedules no longer need to notify Biosecurity Tasmania of their expected arrival.

You should not travel to Tasmania if you have COVID-19 symptoms. You should get a COVID-19 test at your current location and follow any local rules.

International travel

International arrivals who meet other Australian entry requirements are not subject to additional requirements to enter Tasmania. Visit homeaffairs.gov.au/covid19 for the latest entry rules to Australia.

Travel within Tasmania

People can travel within Tasmania.

You can find out about the latest cruise ship rules by visiting coronavirus.tas.gov.au. Click on ‘Coming to Tasmania’. Then click on ‘Cruise ships’.

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