WA’s border opening from Thursday 3 March 2022

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Allows for safe travel into WA from interstate and overseas.
A graphic showing an update has been made to WA's Safe Transition Plan

Following a review of WA’s border controls based on the latest health advice, the updated Safe Transition Plan will take effect from 12.01am Thursday, 3 March 2022.

The border opening will allow for safe travel into WA from interstate and overseas with vaccination and testing requirements on arrival, pending the latest health advice.

Interstate travel into WA

  • Have a registered G2G Pass
  • Be triple dose vaccinated, if eligible
  • Undertake a Rapid Antigen Test upon arrival within 12 hours and report any positive result.

International travel into WA

  • Meet Commonwealth Government requirements (external link) to enter Australia
  • Be fully vaccinated under the Commonwealth Government requirements, if eligible
  • Have a registered G2G Pass
  • Undertake a Rapid Antigen Test upon arrival within 12 hours and report any positive result
  • Unvaccinated returning Australians will be required to complete hotel quarantine.

The testing arrangements are interim and will be in place for a minimum of two weeks and then be subject to ongoing review. All arrivals will be provided with one Rapid Antigen Test upon arrival to meet these interim testing requirements.

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Page reviewed 19 February 2022