Quarantine free travel between Australia and New Zealand commenced on 18 April 2021. All travellers who have been in either Australia or New Zealand for 14 days can travel by air between Australia and New Zealand quarantine free, without the need to apply for a travel exemption.
This includes travellers who have spent all 14 days in either safe travel zone country, or people who have travelled between the two countries and are returning within the 14 day period.
All people residing in Australia or New Zealand (including foreign nationals) can use quarantine free travel, as long as they meet the health, immigration and other standard border clearance requirements in each country.
All travellers should check the arrangements in their place of arrival and their place of final destination as quarantine requirements may apply in certain circumstances.
Note: Any change in the COVID-19 situation in Australia and New Zealand could lead to pausing or suspending quarantine free travel arrangements without notice. You are responsible for managing any disruption to your travel plans, including if your return to Australia is delayed.
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