Travelling to Tasmania

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

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

Important: Check the Tasmanian Government websiteOpens external site in a new window for the latest information.

I'm travelling to Tasmania from:

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

Last updated: 12:01am (AEDT) 19 January 2022

If you're fully vaccinated



Check if you've been in an extreme risk area

Before travelling, you must check if you have been in a declared extreme risk areaOpens external site in a new window in the past 14 days. These travellers must apply for approval to enter Tasmania and additional testing and quarantine requirements apply.


Have proof of your vaccination status

You'll need to have proof of your vaccination statusOpens external site in a new window. The following requirements are for those fully vaccinated, as outlined by the Tasmanian GovernmentOpens external site in a new window, including for children aged 12 years and 2 months of age. 



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

If you're not fully vaccinated

You must apply for approval into Tasmania. View Tasmanian Government unvaccinated entry requirementsOpens external site.

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

Check in online

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

Check in online

Inflight, airport and service changes 

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

Temporary service changes