Border update 29/07/2020
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From 23/09/2020: A border zone, clearly defined along the Murray River, will restrict entry to NSW for Victorians to extremely limited purposes.
Excluding Victoria, there are no restrictions in place for all other states on crossing the NSW border.
Conclusion: Travel to New South Wales is GOOD TO GO providing you are not from Victoria.
From 02/08/2020: Victoria declared a state of disaster. Travel to all other states from VIC is restricted.
Conclusion: Travel to VIC is NO GO.
From 08/08/2020: Any person that has been in a declared COVID-19 hotspot during the past 14 days, including Victoria, New South Wales and ACT must not enter Queensland.
C19 Hotspots (QLD)
25/09/2020: The QLD/NSW border zone will be extended to include all suburbs as far south as Ballina from 01/10/2020. Queensland residents will be able to travel anywhere in the New South Wales border zone for any purpose, New South Wales border zone residents will be able to travel anywhere in Queensland for any purpose provided you have not travelled south of the border zone in the last 14 days. A border pass will be required for entry to QLD.
Conclusion: Travel to Queensland is GOOD TO GO providing you are not from Victoria, New South Wales or ACT excluding border zone residents.
From 12/08/2020: You cannot enter WA unless you are an exempt traveller.
Conclusion: Travel to Western Australia is NO GO.
From 24/09/2020: South Australian residents will no longer be able to return to South Australia from Victoria. Only essential travellers will be able to enter South Australia from Victoria. If you are planning travel to SA, aim to complete the cross border travel registration form at least 14 days before you leave, regardless of where your travel begins. All travellers intending to enter SA should register. This includes people entering from unrestricted states (ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, TAS and WA)
Conclusion: Travel to South Australia is GOOD TO GO as long as you are not from Victoria.
From 23/09/2020: All non-essential travellers arriving in Tasmania are required to enter quarantine for 14 days. In addition, non-Tasmanian residents (who aren’t classified as "Essential Travellers") who have spent any time in high-risk areas specified as an 'Affected Region' or 'Affected Premises' in the 14 days prior to arrival in Tasmania are not permitted to travel to Tasmania and will be turned back at their own expense.
Conclusion: Travel to Tasmania is NO GO.
From 17/07/2020: Anyone arriving in the NT must complete a Border Entry Form. If you are intending to travel to the NT from an identified coronavirus hotspot you are strongly urged to reconsider your plans.
Conclusion: Travel to Northern Territory is GOOD TO GO as long as you are not travelling from a New South Wales or Victoria hotspot.
C19 Hotspots (NT)
From 27/07/2020: People from Victoria will not be permitted to travel to Norfolk Island until further notice. Anybody who has spent time in NSW in the 14 days preceding travel to Norfolk Island is required to quarantine at their own cost for 14 days on arrival into the island. ACT: the quarantine restriction has been removed in relation to people coming from there, providing they have not overnighted in NSW or any Hotspots on the way to Norfolk Island. Persons travelling from any other Australian state or territory will be free to enter Norfolk Island without quarantine if they do not overnight in VIC, NSW, or any other COVID Hotspots during transit to Norfolk Island.
Conclusion: Travel to Norfolk Island is GOOD TO GO as long as you are not from New South Wales or Victoria.