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Travel - Western Australia

Updated on 29 April 2022, at 11:37 AET

Current restrictions

Travellers from other states are able to enter WA. G2G Pass registration, and triple dose vaccination, is no longer required.

International arrivals into WA must:

  • meet Commonwealth Government requirements to enter Australia
  • be fully vaccinated under the Commonwealth requirements, if eligible
  • unvaccinated returning Australians will be required to complete 7 days of hotel quarantine

Taking a RAT is no longer mandatory when entering WA, but free RATS will still be available to all travellers.

International arrivals who transit through other states or territories before arriving in WA must follow the interstate arrival requirements.

Transport, freight and logistics workers

All transport, freight and logistics drivers from Australian jurisdictions are approved to enter Western Australia. However, they will be subject to vaccination and testing requirements.

Go to wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus and click on ’Latest updates’ for more information.

Regional travel

Regional travel throughout most of Western Australia is allowed, however some remote Aboriginal communities are closed to tourists and travellers. This is to protect the health and wellbeing of residents who may be more vulnerable to COVID-19.

Breaches of restrictions could result in a fine of up to $50,000.

To learn more, go to wa.gov.au and search for ‘COVID-19 coronavirus: Remote Aboriginal communities travel‘.

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