Page last updated: 12/02/2021
If travel advice changes, you may need to cancel or amend your travel plans on short notice.
Make sure you’re aware of general advice when you are travelling.
Travelling from the ACT to Tasmania
Currently, ACT residents can travel to Tasmania.
It is your responsibility to understand the travel restrictions Tasmania has in place, including for those transiting through New South Wales or Victoria.
You may need to declare your travel or quarantine.
To find out if you need to declare your travel, apply for border passes, or quarantine when you arrive, visit the Tasmanian Government website.
Travelling from Tasmania to the ACT
Currently, Tasmanian residents and people travelling from Tasmania can travel to the ACT.
Under a Public Health Direction effective 11.59pm on Friday 22 January 2021, face masks are mandatory for people aged 12 and over while inside the Canberra Airport terminal and during domestic commercial flights in and out of Canberra. Find out more on the Protect yourself page.
There are no requirements to advise ACT Health you are travelling or to quarantine.
If you are transiting through other states or territories to reach the ACT, you must check the advice from that state or territory.
If you need to return to Tasmania, please visit the Tasmanian Government website for the latest travel advice.