Starting December 1, visa holders who have been fully vaccinated can come to Australia without needing a travel exemption.
It opens the door to tourists, backpackers, skilled migrants and international students during the summer months.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced today that Japanese and Korean citizens who have been double-injected can also visit Australia from the same date without being quarantined.
Home Affairs has published a list of the 28 eligible visa holders.
Before departing for Australia, anyone hoping to visit Australia must be fully vaccinated and submit a negative PCR test within three days.
Travellers can only fly into New South Wales, Victoria, and the Australian Capital Territory without having to undergo quarantine because of the different quarantine rules in each state and territory.
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