Entry into South Australia from Western Australia
Please note the South Australian Government has issued updated requirements for travellers arriving into South Australia from Perth & Peel regions or overseas. Please check this table for entry requirements .
Effective from 2:30 pm 3 April 2021
People from the Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Moreton Bay and Redlands areas including returning South Australian Residents / Genuine relocations / Domestic Violence victims) or an Essential Travellers are now subject to level 3 restrictions. Travellers must:
Travellers from Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Moreton Bay and Redlands, or overseas see Entry requirements here (link)
Travel from New South Wales
The Byron Shire Council area in New South Wales is now declared a restricted zone.
Travellers who arrived in South Australia on or after 26 March 2021 who have, at any time during the period of 14 days before their arrival, been in the Byron Shire Council area, are subject to Level 3. Those affected must:
SA Health has issued a COVID-19 Health Alert for City of Brisbane, Logan City, City of Ipswich, Moreton Bay Region and Redland City.
Effective 5pm 29 MARCH 2021, City of Brisbane, Logan City, City of Ipswich, Moreton Bay Region and Redland City are now prohibited zones.
People who have been in City of Brisbane, Logan City, City of Ipswich, Moreton Bay Region and Redland City will not be permitted entry into South Australia.
Travellers who arrived in South Australia between 20 March 2021 and before 5:00 pm 29 March 2021 from the City of Brisbane, Logan City, City of Ipswich, Moreton Bay Region and Redland City, must:
Effective from 5:00 pm 29 March 2021
People from the Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Moreton Bay and Redlands areas are prohibited from entering South Australia unless they are returning South Australian Residents / Genuine relocations / Domestic Violence victims) or Essential Travellers.
Note: These people are required to self-quarantine for 14 days (when not working), submit to a COVID-19 test on day 1, 5 and 13 and wear a mask in public. Refer to table.
Chief Executive Officer
April 15 MESSAGE FROM CEO – RE LEASING
As the impacts of COVID-19 were beginning to signal serious ramifications for South Australia, Business SA instigated an industry summit to bring together representatives of a broad range of associations and community organisations to discuss a path through the crisis.
Business SA, South Australia’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry, invited SAPML’s CEO Angelo Demasi to participate. A Summit Report has now been published. Read the Business SA Summit Report
As a first point of reference – please visit the PIRSA Covid-19 Resource Page
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will implement a series of administrative measures to assist Australians experiencing financial difficulty as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Visit the ATO website for further details.