Domestic Travel

There is no vaccination, quarantine, permit, or testing requirement to enter Victoria.

You should check COVID-19 information for the state or territory you’re coming from before leaving, to make sure you meet their requirements.

Each Australian state or territory has its own requirements that you will need to comply with:

International Travel

If you are travelling overseas, it is your responsibility to obtain information from your airline about the screening requirements for COVID-19 in your destination country.
All international arrivals must observe Commonwealth entry requirements.

COVID-19 testing facility

We do not have a COVID-19 PCR testing facility on site. If your travel destination requires a PCR test, please ensure you complete a test before arriving at Melbourne Airport.

Please consult the Victorian Government COVID website for information on where to get a test before you arrive at Melbourne Airport:

More information:

More information

Information about COVID-19 from relevant Government authorities which is updated regularly. Please check the following resources for the most up-to-date information: 

Department of Home Affairs

Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)

Department of Health 

Staying healthy

We know some people may feel a little uncertain about air travel, which is why we have taken extra steps to make you feel safe on your journey through the airport.

There are hand sanitiser units located in check-in, along each concourse (walk-to-gate), in all of our bathroom facilities and food courts. We have also installed disinfectant wipes in domestic and international departures.

To minimise crowding we have placed visual aids on the ground in busy areas such as security screening and check-in, plus we have carefully spaced out seating to support physical distancing.

We’re also working closely with our retailers and contractors to ensure hygiene measures are consistent with government advice.

Our airline customers also have methods to keep travellers safe and to find out more we encourage you to contact the airline you’re flying with.

What you can do to stay healthy

The most important thing to avoid catching any virus, be it coronavirus, the flu or the common cold, is to wash your hands and avoid touching your face.

Here's how you can stay safe when travelling:

  • Regularly wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
  • Hand sanitiser is located in all terminals 
  • Cover your sneeze or cough with your arm, not your hands
  • Maintaining distance of 1.5m between other travellers