24 Nov SOUTH AUSTRALIA OPENS BORDERS
Fully vaccinated travellers from Victoria and New South Wales will be permitted to enter SA from Tuesday 23 November, except for Byron Bay which is yet to hit a vaccination rate of 80 per cent.
Double-vaccinated domestic travellers will be able to head into SA without quarantining (unless travellers from LGAs with community transmission and less than 80 per cent fully vaccinated).
Anyone entering South Australia will need to register their details.
Exemptions can still be processed for unvaccinated travellers.
International arrivals will have the current quarantine duration halved.
7 days quarantine for vaccinated international travellers, 14 days for unvaccinated authorised arrivals.
Masks and density requirements remain.
EntryCheck SA is a new entry process to protect South Australia and minimise the impact of COVID-19 as our borders open.
From 23 November 2021, all people planning to travel to South Australia from interstate and overseas, including returning South Australians, must apply through EntryCheck SA.
Note: EntryCheck SA is available for people planning to travel to South Australia after 12.01 am 23 November 2021.