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Coming to Tasmania

There are currently no entry requirements in place for any travellers to Tasmania arriving by air or sea (other than cruise ships)

Coming to Tasmania

Last Updated: 16 May 2022 12:09pm

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

Travellers (other than cruise ships) can arrive at any air or sea port on mainland Tasmania, or King Island, Flinders Island or any island in the Furneaux group of islands. There is no longer a requirement for pilots of small aircraft or vessels without publicly available schedules to notify Biosecurity Tasmania of their expected arrival.

To prepare for your travel, you can do the following:

Do not travel to Tasmania if you have COVID-19 symptoms – arrange testing at your current location and comply with local requirements.

Know how to get tested for COVID-19 if you develop symptoms in Tasmania.

Have face masks for your travel and to wear as required in Tasmania.

COVID-safe behaviours

Every behaviour is another layer of protection against COVID-19

Be fully vaccinated
Wear a mask when needed
Symptoms? Get tested
Stay home if sick
Stay up to date
Keep hands clean
Keep your distance