Am I allowed to travel to South Australia?
Visitors from Queensland, Tasmania, Northern Territory and Western Australia are permitted to travel directly to South Australia, but must complete a Cross Border Pre-Approval form at least 72 hours prior to arrival.
Visitors from New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory may also complete a Cross Border Pre-Approval form and travel to South Australia, but are required to undertake 14 days quarantine and two rounds of COVID-19 testing (within 24 hours of arrival and again after 12 days). Essential travellers may be exempt from these conditions.
From Wednesday 29 July, the only people allowed to travel from Victoria to South Australia are essential travellers.
For more information, including definitions of an essential traveller, view current Travel Restrictions
I have freight coming from interstate, can it still enter South Australia?
Transport and freight services are still operating into South Australia. Please note that transport workers are required to complete a Cross Border Pre-Approval form prior to travel and must prove their status as an essential traveller at the border.