COVID-19 Travel information
Western Australia is open to visitors from interstate and overseas. Here are some useful sources of information to read before you arrive:
Travelling to Western Australian from interstate
- For the latest advice on travelling to Western Australia from interstate, visit https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus/covid-19-coronavirus-interstate-travel
Travelling to Western Australia from overseas
- For the latest advice on travelling to Western Australia from overseas, visit https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus/covid-19-coronavirus-international-travel
Travelling within Western Australia
- Regional travel throughout most of Western Australia is permitted, except into some remote Aboriginal communities.
Latest updates, community information and advice in other languages
- Keep up-to-date with the latest news and advice by the Department of Premier and Cabinet: https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/coronavirus-covid-19-latest-updates
- Find out about current restrictions in Western Australia here:
- Access translated information and advice on COVID-19 here: https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus/covid-19-coronavirus-translated-advice
How to stay safe while you are here
- Wear a mask: masks are mandatory for people aged 12 years and older in hospital and health care settings, and aged care facilities. Mask wearing is encouraged, but not mandatory on public transport including school buses, taxies and rideshare vehicles, correction facilities and on aircraft.
- Physical distancing: keep 1.5 metres away from others where possible.
- Soap up: wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds with soap and water.
- Use cashless payment: use a credit or debit card to avoid handling cash.
- If you develop symptoms then get tested and refer to this page for more information: https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus/covid-19-coronavirus-symptoms
This page was last updated on 12 October 2022 at 14:08 WST.