Traveller Registration

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Coming to Tasmania

Register your details to get a Tas e-Travel QR code that will be scanned when you enter Tasmania. If you are travelling in a group, please ensure each adult completes their own Tas e-Travel registration. To proceed, please respond to the following questions. This information will be verified on arrival in Tasmania.

Update on NSW applications

Currently NSW applications are only being approved for exceptional circumstances. This includes end of life visits (proof of evidence is required in your application).

This is because of the ongoing risk of COVID-19 in the NSW community and the current increased demand on government-designated quarantine accommodation in Tasmania.

If your G2G application is rejected, you should re-apply in 14 days. You will need to confirm that your risk level has not changed, including that you have not been to any high-risk premises.

Please note that it is an offence for a person who has been in a high-risk area to arrive in Tasmania without prior approval of the State Controller (or Delegate).

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This includes any person who, in the carriage of his or her duties, is responsible for the provision of transport or freight and logistics into, within, and out of Tasmania.

If you are required to be in quarantine or isolation under a law of another State or Territory on your proposed date of travel, then you require permission to enter Tasmania. Without this permission, you may be required to leave Tasmania.

You might be required to quarantine or isolate if:

  • You are an active case of COVID-19;
  • You have been told that you are a confirmed contact of someone who has COVID-19;
  • You are waiting for a COVID-19 test result;
  • You have been instructed to quarantine or isolate by an authorised officer in another jurisdiction; or
  • You are subject to a published public health direction or legal instrument that requires you to quarantine or isolate in that jurisdiction.
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This information is required under the Emergency Management Act 2006 and will be used subject to the Personal Information Protection Act 2004 (Tas), for the purposes of assisting the Deputy State Controller to exercise powers and perform functions to prevent or control the spread of a notifiable disease under the Public Health Act 1997 (Tas), namely the novel coronavirus disease COVID-19.