Travelling to Victoria from interstate
There are no vaccination, quarantine, permit, or testing requirements to enter Victoria.
Victorian residents who test positive for COVID-19 interstate can return home. While there are no longer any requirements in Victoria if you have tested positive, we recommend you follow the advice in and .
You should check COVID-19 information for the state or territory you’re coming from before leaving, to make sure you meet their requirements. See the following information for the individual state or territory.
Travelling interstate from Victoria
Each Australian state or territory has its own requirements that you will need to comply with:
International arrivals to Victoria
You can transit directly to another state or territory within Australia, following your arrival in Victoria.
Recording your international vaccination information
You can ask a recognised vaccination provider to add your vaccination record on AIR if:
- your vaccine is approved for use or recognised in Australia
- you received it on or after 1 October 2020
- your vaccination record is in English or accompanied by a certified translation.
International departures from Victoria
If you choose to travel overseas, it is your responsibility to obtain information from your airline about the screening requirements for COVID-19 in your destination country.
If you require a pre-departure COVID-19 test, arrange it through your GP, travel doctor, or the service provider recommended by your airline.
Entering or exiting Victoria on a cruise ship
There are no COVID-19 vaccination, quarantine, permit, or testing requirements to enter or exit Victoria on a cruise ship. The Eastern Seaboard and Western Australian Cruise Protocols have now been retired. Cruise ship operators may have their own requirements to board, please contact them directly for more information.