Australia reopens to international travellers on 15 December, 2021
The DHA have confirmed that have reopened to vaccinated travellers as of 15 December, 2021. See the DHA announcement below.
” Reopening to international travel
Australia is reopening its border to vaccinated travellers. This is part of our step-by-step and safe reopening to the world. From 15 December 2021, fully vaccinated visa holders from the following cohorts will be able to travel to Australia without an exemption:
- international students
- skilled migrants
- refugee/humanitarian, and
- temporary and provisional family visa holders.
This was to begin from 1 December 2021, however the reopening was paused due to the emergence of the ‘Omicron’ COVID-19 variant.
As part of Australia’s reopening to fully vaccinated travellers, international safe travel zones have been introduced for New Zealand and Singapore. International safe travel zones with Japan and Korea will begin from 15 December 2021.
For up-to-date information on travel requirements, visit the international safe travel zone and COVID-19 and the border webpages.”
If you have any questions about a visa application and/or exemptions then please Contact Us.