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Australia's Covid-19 border restrictions: where you can travel to and from

After several months of lockdown, Australians everywhere are itching to travel. With international borders closed for the foreseeable future, domestic tourism is becoming an increasingly attractive option. But as Victoria and New South Wales try to contain a second wave of coronavirus cases, different Australian states and territories have imposed varying restrictions on travel.

Here’s what we know about where you can go and where you can’t based on where you’re coming from. And beware that those caught breaching border rules could face stiff fines in some states.
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Police at a checkpoint on the Queensland-NSW border in Coolangatta on the Gold Coast on 23 July. Qld premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the state government is considering declaring more NSW postcodes as coronavirus hotspots subject to border restrictions

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