Western Australia, WA

Posted By NHIA  
25/02/2021
13:00 PM

WA Border Restrictions

Western Australia has a controlled interstate border arrangement.

Under this arrangement, people coming from interstate can now travel into and around WA by air, road or rail — subject to certain conditions.

G2G Registration Requirement

All travellers to WA must complete a mandatory G2G PASS registration and declaration before they enter.

Visit g2gpass.com.au or download the G2G PASS app to apply for approval to enter WA and receive proof of your exemption before you travel. You must not enter WA until WA Police approve your travel via the G2G PASS app or by email.

In your application, you must declare:

  • where you’ve been in the 14 days before you plan to enter WA
  • whether you have any COVID-19 symptoms
  • whether you’ve knowingly had contact with people from ‘low-risk’ or ‘medium-risk’ states and territories. See below for more information on state and territory risk levels.

It can take up to 6 business days for the WA Police to process your application.

Very low-risk states and territories as at 25/02/2021

WA has classified the following as very low-risk states and territories. This means they haven't had community-transmission cases in at least 28 days.

  • Queensland
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • New South Wales
  • Northern Territory
  • South Australia
  • Tasmania

Travellers to WA don't have to quarantine. However, to enter from a ‘very low-risk’ state or territory you will need to:

  • complete a G2G PASS prior to travel
  • undergo a health screening and temperature test if arriving at Perth Airport
  • be prepared to take a COVID-19 test at the airport COVID clinic, if deemed necessary by a health clinician
  • undergo a health screening if arriving by land

If you have knowingly had contact with a person from a medium or low-risk state or territory in the 14 days before travelling to WA you'll be subject to the same quarantine conditions as that person — and must self-quarantine for 14 days when returning to WA.

 

 


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 and WA Number 13 26843