Travelling to and from NSW
There are new international travel rules for people arriving in Australia – including NSW – from China, Macau and Hong Kong.
Read more on COVID-19 information for international arrivals.
If you develop symptoms, it is recommended you get tested for COVID-19 and stay at home or in your accommodation until your symptoms have resolved, even if you receive a negative result.
NSW Health recommends that you register your result with Service NSW if you test positive using a rapid antigen test.
COVID-19 information for travellers
Before you book your travel, check you meet all of Australia’s border requirements.
Remember that states and territories, destinations, airlines and cruise ships may have their own COVID-19 vaccination, testing and masking requirements you must meet.
Find your nearest COVID-19 testing clinic. COVID-19 testing for international travel clearance purposes (departures) is conducted at private pathology clinics only and charges apply for this service.
Understand what you need to do if you test positive, and the NSW Health advice for managing your illness.