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Tasmania was the first state to close its borders, on March 20, followed by the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia on March 24 and Queensland, the day after. Queensland was the last state to close its borders. ( Supplied: Rachel Walker)Are there any changes to Australia's border laws?
Find all the latest changes and updates to Australian border laws. While travel might be off the cards for residents in NSW and Victoria for the moment, it doesn’t make dropping $50 on a flight any less appealing. A new overseas corridor opening in Singapore this week may be the first hint at what Australia’s overseas travel plan will look like.Will Australia's borders remain open despite covid-19 case in NSW?
Australian Trade and Tourism Minister Dan Tehan is confident state borders will remain open despite NSW recording a new local case of COVID-19. Cricketers to fly to Sri Lanka or Maldives before repatriating to Australia; New community COVID-19 case in NSW; Commuter chaos after Sydney's Town Hall evacuated; Ex-Aussie cricketer 'kidnapped'When will Australia open international borders beyond New Zealand?
Australia had been aiming to open its international borders beyond New Zealand from the end of October, but now that plan sits in limbo. Dust off your passport, because New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced when Australians will be allowed to fly over the ditch.