Today (Tuesday 15 September), the South Australian Government has announced that it will revoke its border closures to the ACT from midnight tonight. This means that Canberrans travelling from the ACT to South Australia by air are no longer required to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.
Canberra Airport currently has three direct services to Adelaide – on Monday, Thursday and Friday with Qantas. Travellers are also able to transit through other states to the ACT as well.
Travellers will be required to complete an online pre-approval and must declare they have not been to one of the restricted states – NSW and Victoria – in the 14 days before they arrive.
This is welcome news ahead of the October school holidays and Canberrans looking for a much needed break.
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