Interstate travel to and from NSW

Rules for entering and leaving NSW from other Australian states or territories.

Last updated: 25 January 2022


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Entering NSW from interstate

There are no longer any restrictions on interstate travel to NSW, however there are other rules in place that you must follow while in NSW.

Travel restrictions to remote Aboriginal towns and communities

NSW Health strongly recommends that anyone travelling to rural and remote Aboriginal communities gets vaccinated and avoid travel if they feel unwell.

Advice is available on Community Action Plans for Aboriginal communities page.

 

Leaving NSW to go interstate

Check the state government website for your destination before you travel as you may need an entry permit or to get tested. 

Jervis Bay

The Jervis Bay Territory is a Commonwealth administered territory, occupying the Bherwerre Peninsula, and forming the southern boundary of Jervis Bay. 

If you are planning to go to Jervis Bay, check the community bulletins before you travel. 

Domestic flight services

Domestic flight services continue to operate from Sydney airport to nominated destinations.

Follow the rules for wearing a face mask

Each airline and airport terminal has various measures in place to ensure the health and safety of passengers based on a protocol developed by the Australian aviation industry.

Check your airline website for current information on what is required for travel on domestic flights.  

 

 

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