New travel declaration required for entering Queensland

You must complete a declaration to enter Queensland from anywhere in Australia or New Zealand.

From 1am Saturday 19 June, anyone travelling to Queensland from New Zealand or another state or Territory within Australia will need to make an online travel declaration.

By completing a Queensland Travel Declaration, the Queensland State Government can quickly contact you if an interstate exposure venue or hotspot is declared. This helps them to reduce the risk of COVID-19 in Queensland and manage outbreaks.

You must complete the Queensland Travel Declaration in the 3 days before you travel to Queensland. It takes a few minutes to complete and your declaration will be sent to your email.

To assist with completing the declaration, please know:

  • Queensland residents returning home from interstate locations need to complete a Queensland Travel Declaration.
  • You will be asked where you have been in the past 14 days. You must list all states or territories you have visited, even if your visit was brief or you only travelled through an area.
  • If conditions change or you need to update your travel details prior to your arrival in Queensland, you’ll need to complete a new declaration with updated details.

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The 2021 Coast to Coast Conference will also incorporate the 2021 Queensland State Conference.

Payments are now credit card only

Additional tickets to the social functions in Cairns can be purchased for

Welcome Reception – $65
Conference Dinner – $135

*IMPORTANT: Student registration is open for registered graduate students.  Community registration is open to coastcare and landcare community groups, not for profit environmental NGOs and un-waged individuals.

NOTE: ACS Members receive a discount on any full registrations, both onsite in Cairns and online.