Departing Australia

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    Present your passport or other valid travel document.

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    Boarding pass

    Present your boarding pass.

Learn more on the TravelSECURE website

Arriving in Australia

  1. 1

    Complete an incoming passenger card

    To clear the Australian Border Force and Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) checkpoints, you must complete and submit an incoming passenger card. You must declare any restricted items on your incoming passenger card.

  2. 2

    Complete incoming passenger cards for dependents

    If travelling with children, you must present a passport, visa (if applicable) and fully completed incoming passenger card for each person in your travelling group.

  3. 3

    Present passports and visas

    You must present your own passport and visa, and those of your children, if applicable.

Information on what you can and can't bring into Australia

Note: In line with Australian Government regulations, mobile phones, cameras, video cameras and recording devices must not be used in Australian Border Force-controlled areas at airports. If you are on the phone, you will be asked to terminate your call until you have cleared the Australian Border Force-controlled area.

Australian Border Force officers can and will ask you to delete any photos or film recorded if you are caught taking photos or recording in Australian Border Force-controlled areas.

For more information on vaccination and testing requirements, visit the Department of Home Affairs.