⚠️ We also recommend you download and install the Check-In Tas App on your phone prior to arrival to Flinders & King Islands. Refer to the following website for more information: www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/check-in-tas
⚠️ All travellers, including Tasmanian residents, need to register their travel and receive a valid Tas e-Travel QR code prior to entering the state. To register your journey to Tasmania, visit: register.tasetravel.tas.gov.au
Border entry conditions are in place for some travellers - ensure you are aware of the conditions that apply to you and have your QR code ready to show upon arrival in Tasmania
Different conditions apply to vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers, as well as those who have spent time in a high or extreme-risk area - this may include providing a negative COVID-19 PCR test results or being subject to quarantine upon arrival in Tasmania
You may be delayed at the border if you do not have a valid travel Tas e-Travel QR code on arrival
Travellers should be ready to provide evidence of full vaccination and a negative COVID-19 PCR test result (if applicable) at the border
It is a requirement that all travellers wear a face mask while on board and in the terminal
Penalties apply for travellers who ignore entry requirements
⚠️ Please also note that as of Tuesday 21 December 2021 at 12.01am, masks are required in all indoor venues across the state.
Additional seat capacity on Flinders Island-Essendon routes
We are pleased to announce that in anticipation of travellers wishing to travel to the Bass Strait Islands, we have increased seat capacity between Essendon & Flinders Island to meet demand - particularly our Tuesday & Thursday services, from 21 December 2021 to 11 January 2022.