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Border control and quarantine

Border control and quarantine

Strict border controls apply for all access points to the Northern Territory to protect our community against the spread of COVID-19.

Anyone arriving in the NT must complete a Border Entry Form.

Do this online no more than 72 hours prior to arriving.

Border Entry Form

Once you submit your application online, print it and bring it with you.  You must provide your printed form on your arrival to the NT.

Your application reference number written on paper is unacceptable. If you can’t provide your printed form you will need to provide all information at the border again.

You may also be asked to provide proof that you have not recently come from or visited a declared hotspot.

Proof can be in the form of bank statements, fuel or accommodation receipts, campground receipts or other documents that establish your recent movements.

Read more about the process for Interstate arrivals.

Interstate Hotspots - requirements for travellers

If you are intending to travel to the NT from an identified coronavirus hotspot you are strongly urged to reconsider your plans; likewise if you a Territorian intending to travel to a hotspot you are advised not to.

Anyone arriving into the NT from a hotspot must do 14 days mandatory supervised quarantine at their own cost.

To find current hotspot advice click here.

To find interstate arrival information click here.

Download the COVIDSafe app, it helps to support and protect you, your friends and family.

International arrivals

All international arrivals must complete 14 days of mandatory supervised quarantine at a place directed by the NT Government.

You are required to cover the expense of your own quarantine fee.

Exemptions may apply under strict criteria.

Calculate your quarantine period

Enter the day you arrived or the day you last had exposure to someone who tested positive to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Quarantine release date