Queensland’s border will further open to New South Wales from 1:00am AEST, this coming Tuesday 3 November. While the Greater Sydney region (32 Local Government Areas) will remain declared hotspots, the border will open to the remaining parts of New South Wales.
Travellers from these regions can come to Queensland for any reason, and may travel via Sydney Airport as long as they travel directly there, and do not leave the airport except on their departing flight. A border pass declaration is still required.
The entire state of Victoria also remains a declared hotspot.
A new Border Direction will detail these changes and this information will be shared when it is available.