Some states and territories may require proof of a negative COVID-19 test before entry is permitted. Refer to the relevant state or territory website for up to date information about entry requirements.
Testing for international travel
Some countries and airlines require a pre-departure PCR (nose and throat swab) test result at check-in before you will be allowed to board your flight. Travellers should check the entry requirements of the country they are travelling to, and their airline's requirements.
Contact your nearest private pathology clinic for more information on bookings and testing costs for international travel (departures).
Police may also request proof of your negative PCR test, you should carry this at all times.
International passengers who are fully vaccinated must do a rapid antigen test within 24 hours of arrival, and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. They must also comply with the NSW Health guidelines for fully vaccinated international arrivals.