Travellers to Tasmania need to provide their contact and travel details before entering the state, to help manage the risk of COVID-19 at Tasmania’s borders.
Biosecurity Tasmania has advised that all crew and passengers arriving into Tasmania from an interstate or overseas vessel MUST comply with the following:
- Enter Tasmania through a designated port of arrival
- Report their pending arrival to Biosecurity Tasmania
- Have a valid G2G or Tas e-Travel pass authorising their entry to Tasmania
- Have an inspection from a Biosecurity Officer
North-West: (03) 6478 4110 / 0448 500 436
North: (03) 6777 2162 / 0418 539 491
South: (03) 6165 3750 / 0448 572 733
*Please use mobile numbers for contact of Biosecurity Tasmania outside of normal business hours
Private, charter and itinerant vessels
Private, charter and itinerant vessels entering Tasmania need to register their arrival with Biosecurity Tasmania 24 hours before arriving.
Individual passengers and crew can register through Tas e-Travel system if they have only spent time in low-risk areas in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania.
Once all passengers and crew members have registered, vessels should contact [email protected] to register their arrival with Biosecurity Tasmania.
Travellers who have spent time in medium-risk and/or high-risk areas in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania will not be able to register through the Tas e-Travel system. See Coming to Tasmania for more information.