How state border restrictions impact NSW

NSW residents face restrictions on entering some areas of Australia due to coronavirus fears.
NSW residents face restrictions on entering some areas of Australia due to coronavirus fears.

WHERE NSW RESIDENTS CAN TRAVEL AROUND AUSTRALIA FROM 1AM SATURDAY, AUGUST 1

VICTORIA: Permits apply for some border residents; NSW residents returning from Victoria must self-isolate for 14 days

QUEENSLAND: All but those in the Greater Sydney area allowed

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: Essential border-community travellers can travel 50km into SA. All other arrivals must quarantine for 14 days

WESTERN AUSTRALIA: Only those granted an exemption can enter and must quarantine on arrival for 14 days, barring exceptional circumstances

TASMANIA: All arrivals must quarantine for 14 days

NORTHERN TERRITORY: Those from a declared hotspot - Greater Sydney, Port Stephens and Eurobodalla Shire - must quarantine for 14 days

ACT: Anyone who visited NSW hotspots or virus-linked venues at certain times must self-isolate for 14 days

Australian Associated Press