COVID-19 coronavirus: Interstate travel

Information about entering WA from interstate.

Public health and social measures are in place across WA. Find out what you can and can’t do.

Entering WA

You can enter WA from interstate without any requirements.

Masks must be worn on aircraft and if you’re travelling from the airport by public transport, taxi or rideshare. Masks are also still strongly encouraged at airport terminals.

Interstate travellers and returning WA residents:

  • do not need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations to enter WA
  • do not need to undertake any pre-departure or arrival COVID-19 testing.

While you are here

While you are in WA, make sure you:

  • wear a mask in the following settings:
    • public and passenger transport, including taxis and rideshare vehicles, tour buses and school buses,
    • hospitals and health care settings
    • aged care facilities, residential care facilities including disability service facilities and mental health residential facilities
    • correctional facilities
    • Aircraft
  • are aware of any public health measures in WA and find out what you can and can’t do
  • get tested if you develop any COVID-19 symptoms
  • register any positive COVID-19 test result with the Department of Health
  • are familiar with information and advice for managing COVID-19, including any testing and isolation guidelines 
  • check the remote Aboriginal communities page before travelling to remote areas in WA.

Leaving WA

If you choose to leave WA to travel interstate or internationally, you should be aware of any restrictions or public health and social measures of the jurisdiction or country you are travelling to.

For information about leaving Australia, visit the Australian Government’s Travel restriction exemption for travellers to and from Australia (external link) page.

The SmartTraveller website (external link) also provides advice on travelling during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Page reviewed 18 June 2022