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Australia’s Indian Ocean Islands Travel Update

By December 8, 2020No Comments

Effective Tuesday 8th December 2020 New South Wales and Victoria will be classified as “very low risk states” and travellers from those states can now travel into Western Australia and on to Christmas Island (CI) and the Cocos Keeling Islands (CKI) without quarantine requirements.

This means that Australia’s Indian Ocean Islands can now welcome visitors from Western Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, Northern Territory, Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory and Queensland.

Travellers to CI and the CKI, from states other than WA, must apply for a Good2Go Pass for entry into WA and ALL travellers must complete an Indian Ocean Territories Traveller Request form for entry into CI and CKI. ALL travellers, including WA residents, must apply for a Good2Go Pass for re-entry into WA after their visit to CI and/or CKI.

For further information on travel into Western Australia please visit https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/covid-communications/covid-19-coronavirus-controlled-interstate-border.

For more information for travel to Christmas Island please contact the team at the Christmas Island Visitor Centre.

For more information for travel to the Cocos Keeling Islands please contact the team at the Cocos Keeling Islands Visitor Centre.

We look forward to seeing you soon!