Travelling to Western Australia

We've prepared our travel requirements guide to help you understand government requirements for Australian domestic travel.

If you are planning to enter Western Australia, follow the instructions for the states or territories that you have been to in the previous 14 days.

Important: Check the Western Australia government websiteOpens external site in a new window for the latest information.

I'm travelling to Western Australia from:

Ensure you complete all travel requirements before arriving at the airport for your flight.

Last updated: 5:30pm (AEDT) 8 January 2022

The Western Australia GovernmentOpens external site currently considers the ACT as an area of extreme risk, and only those approved can travel.


Have an approved G2G Pass

You’re not You’re not allowed to enter WA without approval through the G2G PassOpens external site. Entry is restricted to Commonwealth, State and specialist functions onlyOpens external site.



If you're travelling from an area of high risk, the WA Government requires you to be ready to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination, where eligible. Find out more WA Government vaccination requirementsOpens external site in a new window, including any exemptions.



If you're approved to travel, you'll be directed to undertake 14 days hotel quaranatine at your own expense a Government approved facility, with testing required on days 1, 5 and 13. Find out more about quarantine requirementsOpens external site.



Masks are required on all Australian domestic flights and within airports. Visit Fly Well for more information.

Before arriving at the airport



Your health while flying

We've introduced a number of measures to give you peace-of-mind at each point of your journey.

Fly Well

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Save time and check in online to avoid queues at the airport.

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Inflight, airport and service changes 

Keep up to date with our service changes and what to expect in the airport and on board

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