A new travel ban is being introduced to Australia, but there’s one important catch.
As with most things in life, the law can change, and the details are always subject to change.
The new rules will affect travel to, from, and within Australia.
We’ve put together a handy guide to help you make the most of the new restrictions.
Here are the key points about the new travel restrictions in Australia:The new restrictions will not apply to visitors from:South Australia and Western AustraliaThe new travel bans will apply to Australians visiting or staying in the following destinations:Brisbane, Brisbane, Adelaide, Darwin, Gold Coast, Hobart, Melbourne, Newcastle, Perth, Adelaide’s west, and parts of South Australia.
Australians travelling to these destinations will not be affected:New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, South West and Western Territory.
The rules will also apply to travellers from other Commonwealth countries, and include:Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Mauritius, Hong Kong, Fiji, Brunei, the Maldives, Singapore, the Philippines, the Indian Ocean Territory, the Solomon Islands, Taiwan, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Cambodia-Myanmar, Laos-Namibia, and Myanmar.
These restrictions are in place until May 19.
What are the other changes?
New rules for travellers from the following countries:CanadaThe new regulations will apply on March 1, 2020.
Canada’s travel rules for 2019 and 2020 will remain unchanged.
However, Canadians travelling to:Singapore, the Phillipines, Vietnam, and Laos will no longer be subject to the new rules.
The Australian Government has also introduced new restrictions on travel to and from the United States.
The restrictions will apply from May 1, 2019, to June 30, 2019.
The U.S. travel ban will remain in place in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.K. and U.I.A.
The United States is still required to implement the existing U.N. Security Council sanctions, and will continue to apply those sanctions through the end of the year.
This means Australians will still need to be able to travel to the U.E. and the U