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Last Updated: 10 Nov 2021 5:05pm

70%

fully vaccinated 16+

TARGET REACHED

You can enter Tasmania from a low-risk area.

YOU CAN ENTER TASMANIA FROM A HIGH RISK AREA* SUBJECT TO:

Being a returning Tasmanian or someone seeking to relocate and
completing 14 days of hotel or home quarantine, depending on where you have travelled from.

To be considered for home quarantine, you must be fully vaccinated (16years+), unless an exemption applies, and have returned a negative result from a COVID-19 test within the 72 hours prior to departure.

Vaccinations recognised by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.

There are designated high-risk areas where travel to Tasmania is not permitted. These are updated on Travel alert

80%

fully vaccinated 16+

CURRENT STATUS

You can enter Tasmania from a low-risk area.

YOU CAN ENTER TASMANIA FROM A HIGH RISK AREA* SUBJECT TO:

Completing 14 days of home or hotel quarantine, with most Tasmanians and returning travellers able to undertake risk-based home quarantine*, depending on where you have travelled from.

To be considered for home quarantine, you must be fully vaccinated (16years+, unless an exemption applies) and have returned a negative result from a COVID-19 test within the 72 hours prior to departure.

Vaccinations recognised by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.

*subject to public health approval

OVERSEAS ARRIVALS

Returning travellers from overseas are required to undertake 14 days hotel quarantine, with home quarantine being trialled, based on risk.

For more information visit Travel to Tasmania.

90%

fully vaccinated (12 years and two months and older)

OPEN 15 DECEMBER

YOU CAN ENTER TASMANIA FROM ANYWHERE WITHIN AUSTRALIA,SUBJECT TO:

Fully vaccinated travellers

Fully vaccinated (aged 12 years and two months and older)* can enter Tasmanian without the need to quarantine.

Travellers who have been in high-risk areas in the 14 days before their arrival in Tasmania will also be required to have returned a negative COVID-19 test* within the 72 hours before departure for Tasmania.

(Testing requirement** will not apply to travellers who have been out of Tasmania for fewer than seven days).

Proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test may be required to be provided on arrival in Tasmania.

Quarantine and other conditions may apply if travellers who cannot provide evidence of vaccination or testing (for travellers from high risk areas) on arrival.

Vaccinations recognised by the Therapeutic Goods Administration

Unvaccinated travellers

Unvaccinated travellers will be required to apply to enter Tasmania. If approved, quarantine and other conditions may apply.

*unless an exemption applies
**the test will be in place for up to 4 weeks, subject to review.

OVERSEAS ARRIVALS

There is no quarantine for fully vaccinated arrivals with a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to travel.

For more information visit Travel to Tasmania.