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Travelling overseas? Check if you have all you need

All the latest updates on the travel advisories provided by the Australian government.

Travellers are seen at Overseas Arrivals and Departures (OAD) at Sydney's International Airport in Sydney, Monday, December 17, 2018. (AAP Image/Brendan Esposito) NO ARCHIVING

Travellers are seen at Overseas Arrivals and Departures (OAD) at Sydney's International Airport in Sydney Source: AAP

Travelling nowadays is not as easy as it used to be. Countries have introduced rules and requirements that change frequently. 

Before you head overseas, make sure you look up your destination in our interactive graphic here, which is linked to Smartraveller, the Australian government website with all travel advice, information and advisories.



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What does 'advice level' mean?

An official advice level of 1, 2, 3 or 4 reflect the risk for average Australian travellers to this country. A higher advice level means higher risk. The levels are:

Click for more information on how travel advice is created

SBS is committed to providing all COVID-19 updates to Australia’s multicultural and multilingual communities. Stay safe and stay informed by visiting regularly the .


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Published 14 March 2022 at 11:31am