Returning to Tasmania: Covid-19

With changes to requirements for returning travelers differing per state and being updated rapidly, please refer to this page to remain informed of quarantine and isolation needs. 

Athletes, team staff, umpires, bench officials, spectators, volunteers and venue staff should refer to this page for current restrictions and to source information.

Netball Tasmania will update this page as a matter of priority, and we welcome further queries on 6282 1824.

There are currently no restrictions relating to transit through an airport of a restricted state, provided that that individual does not leave said airport.

Victoria (VIC) remains low-risk apart from High-risk (Level 1) premises listed below in Details. 

New South Wales is a high-risk (Level 1) area. High-risk (Level 1) premises are also in place. Area declared high-risk (level 1) from 12:01am 25 July 2021.

Travellers currently in Tasmania who have been in NSW on or since 26 June are asked to check the list of high-risk premises in detail regularly. Anyone who has spent time at any of the high-risk premises at the specified dates and times must self-isolate immediately and call the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 for further advice. As the situation is evolving, travellers should check the webpage regularly, monitor their health and call the Public Health Hotline to book a test if they have even mild symptoms. If you have not visited the premises listed but develop any symptoms of COVID-19 please contact the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 to book a test.

Queensland (QLD) remains low-risk apart from:

High-risk (Level 1) premises listed in details.

South Australia (SA) remains low-risk. See high-risk premises in details. 

Travellers currently in Tasmania who arrived before 8 July should monitor their health and if they develop even mild cold or flu-like symptoms, call the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 to book a COVID-19 test. Travellers are also asked to check the list of high-risk premises regularly.