Australian Embassy
Sweden
Finland and Latvia
Australian Ambassador H.E. Mr Bernard Philip

Covid-19 Travel Advice

COVID-19: Portal for Travellers

The information on this page is subject to change. For the latest information check with the Department of Home Affairs and the state/territory government where you are travelling. 

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Who can currently travel to Australia?

The entry requirements can change at any moment so for the latest information please check the Department of Home Affairs website and the state/territory government where you are travelling. 

 

What do I need to do before I travel?

Follow the steps below when you are preparing to travel to Australia:

 

  1. Check if you are exempt from travel restrictions

  2. Check if you have a valid visa (for non-Australians)

  3. Check if you can access reduced quarantine requirements

  4. Obtain your vaccination certificate

  5. Complete a Digital Passenger Declaration (DPD)  at least 72 hours before your flight

  6. Present your foreign vaccination certificate or International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate and completed DPD at the airport

 

The Australian Embassy in Stockholm does not process visas or exemptions. In order to apply for visas, exemption and/or an ATD please refer to the Department of Home Affairs.

 

Urgent travel

Our ability to provide some services may be limited. We will continue to prioritise consular services to those in genuine need. If you require emergency passport or consular services or need to travel urgently, please contact the Embassy on +46 8 613 2900 during business hours or DFAT’s Consular Emergency Centre in Canberra on +61 2 6261 3305 or SMS on +61 421 269 080 to discuss your situation and for further advice.  

 

What are Australia’s re-entry and quarantine measures?

For up-to-date advice on entering Australia, please visit the website of the COVID-19 and the border page at the Department of Home Affairs.

To find out the most recent information about re-entry and quarantine please check with the state or territory government to which you are flying.

 

Registering your EU vaccine certificate in Australia

To find out how to register the vaccine you received when you were overseas into the Australian Immunisation Register please visit Smartraveller: COVID-19 vaccinations.

 

Obtaining the EU vaccine certificate while in Sweden

Vaccinated in Sweden: to obtain a vaccination certificate in Sweden, you must have been vaccinated in Sweden, have a Swedish personal identity number, and have approved e-Identification or a registered address in Sweden.

 

Transferring your Australian vaccination certificate into an EU vaccination certificate

  • The Swedish Government has decided that the Swedish eHealth Agency and National Government Service Centre are to commence an agreement to provide vaccination certificates to persons registered in Sweden but vaccinated in a third country. This service is expected to be put into use before the 1st of February 2022.
  • This solution will initially target persons that are registered in Sweden and have a digital mailbox. The Swedish Government is still looking into how those that are not registered in Sweden and vaccinated in a third country can obtain vaccination certificates.
  • Find more information here.

 

Coming to Sweden from Australia

  • For any questions regarding entering Sweden or regarding Swedish border requirements please check with the Swedish Police.
  • For any questions regarding Swedish residency permits or immigration please check with the Swedish Migration Agency.

 

Australians living abroad

 

Interstate travel and quarantine restrictions in Australia

 

New South Wales

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Victoria

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Queensland 

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South Australia

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Western Australia

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Tasmania

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Australian Capital Territory

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Northern Territory

Click below to find out more information from the Northern Territory Government.

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