COVID-19 coronavirus: G2G PASS

Guidance
Information about the mandatory G2G PASS registration and declaration to enter WA

Last updated: 22 January 2021 at 1:09pm

Effective 12.01am, Monday, January 25, travel from NSW and Queensland is permitted, subject to 14 days of self-quarantine and COVID-19 testing. See the announcement for more information.

What is a G2G PASS?

A G2G PASS is an online application that allows you to complete your mandatory registration and declaration, which should be done before entering WA. Every time you enter WA, you are required to submit a new application to ensure authorities have up-to-date information about your health and where you’re travelling from.

Who must complete a G2G PASS?

All people arriving into WA from overseas or interstate, including returning WA residents, must complete a G2G PASS.

All adults are required to register their travel with their own individual email address.

Children under the age of 18 are not required to register their travel through G2G PASS, but you can add them to your registration to assist WA Police when you arrive in WA.

Why do I need to complete a G2G PASS?

Under the State of Emergency, specific conditions of entry apply to people wishing to travel to WA. Completing a G2G PASS ensures the correct conditions of entry are applied to you upon your arrival.

To find out which conditions of entry apply to you, visit the Controlled Interstate Border page.

What do I need to do to complete a G2G PASS?

  1. Visit G2G PASS.
  2. Complete the online registration form.
  3. Download the G2G PASS app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

Once your registration has been processed, you will receive a QR code via the app or email. You must present this when entering WA.

If you are directed to quarantine, you should download the G2G Now app available from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store to enable digital quarantine checks by WA Police.

For more information, see the G2G Pass for Travel to WA – Frequently Asked Questions.

Page reviewed 25 January 2021