Queensland, QLD

Posted By NHIA  
08:30 AM

To continue business in QLD

Stage 3 eased restrictions come into effect at 12 noon on Friday 3rd July 2020 for Queensland residents.

Borders set to open from 10 July 2020, (except to Victorians)

Any person from New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory may enter Queensland subject to completing and signing a border declaration.

 All States can still apply for an agribusiness entry pass including Victoria

Step One:            For travel into QLD you will need to apply for a entry pass on link below. You must have a contract or letter of employment to provide as evidence with the application. Follow the steps on the link below. You will have to declare if you been to a COVID hot spot.


Step Two:            After Pass is granted get paperwork (a border pass doesn’t mean you are guaranteed entry without supporting documents).

Obtain paperwork from the business in QLD requesting the service who is declaring the person is essential as no one else can fill the role.


The business requesting you should also supply a health plan to minimise the spread of COVID-19. Click here for the QLD government template but a QLD business may already have an existing plan in place they can give you.


If the person has been travelling around before entry to QLD have a schedule of where they have been over the last 14 days (click here for the 14 Day Close Contact form), it is generic so please make changes, put logo, etc)


Entry will be dependant on the Officer at the border so ensure you have as much documentation as possible.


We have confirmed that all states have agreed that agriculture and suppliers of essential services to agriculture will be categorised as essential services.


National Coronavirus Helpline Phone Number: 1800 020 080