Last updated: 21 Jul 2021 8:44am
All states and territories now have requirements for travellers from NSW. You can find further information on leaving NSW to go interstate. Please check the relevant state's border controls as you may be required to complete either a declaration or apply for a permit ahead of your travel date, or upon your return travel into NSW. Some areas of NSW have been identified as high risk areas and residents, or recent travellers to these areas, may not be able to cross certain borders.
Travellers into NSW, including returning NSW residents, are now required to complete a travel declaration if returning from Queensland, Northern Territory, Victoria or Western Australia.
The situation is changing frequently, so travellers are advised to regularly check travel requirements.
The latest updates on border crossings can be found here:
Key links for each bordering state are:
The Australian Agriculture Workers Code for cross state border movement was introduced in September 2020. For more information visit the Australian Government’s website. For specific state information visit:
Queensland has a border zone in place for NSW and Victoria has a border bubble in place. South Australia has the Cross Border Community zone. Border residents should keep monitoring requirements as border controls change.