All people travelling in and out of Australia should be aware of Australian Government requirements for international travellers.
More information is available on the Department of Health's website.
On arrival to SA, all travellers (vaccinated or unvaccinated) must undertake a rapid antigen test or PCR test on arrival and quarantine until they have taken the test.
There are currently no restrictions on people entering South Australia from interstate.
Vaccination and masks
You do not need to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination to travel to and from Australia.
Masks are mandatory on inbound international flights. You must also meet the mask requirements of the airline or cruise vessel you travel with. To reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and influenza, the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) strongly recommends mask wearing in indoor settings, especially where physical distancing is not possible.
Check your destination country's local public health orders for COVID-19 vaccination and mask requirements during transit and on arrival. You should also be aware of mask-wearing policies of your airline or vessel operator, and the Australian state or territory you are travelling to.
Quarantine and Isolation
You need to stay up to date with local information about isolation and quarantine. If you have been tested for COVID-19, you must follow the directions from public health authorities and whoever tested you.
Check with your state or territory for specific information on isolation and quarantine.
You need to isolate if:
you have COVID-19
health authorities suspect you have COVID-19.
This is to prevent the spread of the virus.
You need to stay in isolation until your your public health authority advises that you can leave. If you leave isolation without permission you may face criminal charges or a fine.
Isolation means you:
must not leave your home or isolation location, except in an emergency or to get essential medical care
must not go into public places including work and shops
must not let any other person into your home unless the person
lives with you and cannot live somewhere else
is providing medical care for you
is entering for an emergency.
You will need to go into quarantine if you:
test positive for COVID-19
have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or is highly likely to
are entering a state or territory with required quarantine period.
Your quarantine may be at home, or at a medihotel. Your local public health authority will direct you where to quarantine and when you can leave.
If you develop symptoms during your quarantine period you will be tested for COVID-19. In some areas you may be tested while in quarantine, even if you don’t have symptoms.
If you test positive you will need to go into isolation. Anyone who has been in your household must go into quarantine.
ADELAIDE CONVENTION CENTRE
COVID Safe Information
Updated: 25 May, 2022
As of Saturday, 14 May, 2022, visitors to the Adelaide Convention Centre are not required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination in order to gain entry.
The Adelaide Convention Centre remains committed to providing a COVID Safe environment for all guests. If you are attending an upcoming event at the Adelaide Convention Centre we ask that you please play your part and help us be COVID Safe by practising proper hand hygiene; adhering to physical distancing by maintaining 1.5m from others where possible; and staying home if you feel unwell.