If you are departing Australia from Canberra Airport, be sure to have the following documents ready for clearance:
- passport or other valid travel document
- completed outgoing passenger card, including one for each child
- Your boarding pass
To find out more visit Department of Home Affairs website for important information for travellers.
Arriving into Australia
To clear the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service checkpoint on arrival you must complete and submit an incoming passenger card, and present a passport, visa (if applicable).
You must declare any restricted items on the incoming passenger card. For further information including a list of restricted items please visit the Department of Home Affairs website.
If travelling with children you must present a passport, visa (if applicable) and completed incoming passenger card for each person in your travelling group.
Note: In line with Australian Government regulations, mobile phones, cameras, video cameras and recording devices must not be used in Australian Customs and Border Protection Service-controlled areas at airports and seaports. If you are on the phone, you will be asked to terminate your call until you have cleared the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service-controlled area.
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service officers can and will ask you to delete any photos or film recorded if you are caught taking photos or recording in Australian Customs and Border Protection Service-controlled areas.