Western Australia — quarantine-free travel

Information about quarantine-free travel between Western Australia and New Zealand.

Quarantine-free travel status

You can travel quarantine-free between Western Australia and New Zealand.

The New Zealand Government initially paused quarantine-free travel with Western Australia after the announcement of a 3 day lockdown in Perth, Western Australia. The lockdown began at 12:01am on Saturday 24 April (Australia time). It ended at 12:01am on Tuesday 27 April.

It paused travel again on the evening of Saturday 1 May.

Locations of interest

If you're still in Australia

Check the locations of interest at the Western Australia Government website.

Locations visited by confirmed COVID-19 cases — Western Australia Government (external link)

If you were at a location of interest at a specified time and you are still in Perth and are planning to travel to New Zealand, you are asked to follow the Western Australia health advice for isolation and testing on the Western Australia Government website.

Anyone who has been at a location of interest cannot travel to New Zealand from Australia within 14 days of exposure. This includes any additional locations of interest that have not been determined yet.

If you're now in New Zealand

Check the locations of interest at the Western Australia Government website.

Locations visited by confirmed COVID-19 cases — Western Australia Government (external link)

If you have recently arrived in New Zealand from Australia and were in a location of interest at the specified time, please self-isolate immediately and call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for information on when you should get a test.

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