Discover the best journeys around Australia
For the past 100 years we've been encouraging Australians to get into their cars and enjoy everything this country has to offer via the open road, but for now, we need to ensure we are all staying safe by listening to the advice of the Government around non-essential domestic travel.
We still want to inspire adventure and rediscovery, and when it’s appropriate to do so, we ‘ll continue to champion regional tourism and the great Aussie road trip. At this time, we wish you, your families and loved ones all the best - stay safe, look out for each other and for those more vulnerable in your own communities.
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Where can I holiday in Australia?
ACT: The ACT borders have never been closed. Canberra residents will be able to visit NSW for a holiday from 1 June 2020.
NSW: From 1 June, you can take a holiday anywhere in NSW for recreation and holiday purposes. There is no limit on the distance state residents may travel.
NT: Anyone arriving in the Northern Territory, including residents, will be required to quarantine for 14 days in accommodation provided by the government, accommodation expenses will be covered by you.
QLD: Queensland's borders are closed. Only residents and people who are exempt will be allowed to enter. From June 12 state residents can holiday up to 250km from home. Outback residents can travel anywhere in the outback for recreation.
SA: Anyone arriving in South Australia will be required to self-isolate for 14 days. This includes residents who have been interstate. State residents can holiday anywhere in the state.
TAS: Anyone arriving in Tasmania, including Tasmanian residents, will be required to quarantine for 14 days in accommodation provided by the government. From June 15, camping, overnight boating and shacks will be allowed for state resident groups of up to 20 people.
VIC: There are no restrictions on leaving or entering Victoria. From 1 June, overnight stays at tourist accommodation, caravan parks and camping grounds without communal facilities, will be permitted.
WA: Western Australia's borders are closed. No one can enter WA unless an exemption has been granted — including WA residents. From Friday 29 May, some regional travel restrictions have been removed for residents.
For more information around travel restrictions in Australian states and territories, please visit:
- ACT Government
- NSW Government
- Northern Territory Government
- Queensland Government
- Government of South Australia
- Tasmanian Government
- Victoria State Government Health and Human Services
- Government of Western Australia
Don't forget: Always practice physical distancing and good hygiene. Public health advice is still in place.
You're our inspiration
Sometimes the best ideas come from you. Our Members are always telling us about their fantastic stories from the road, and we love sharing them. We've compiled some of the best below.