COVID-19: South Australia to reopen borders to NSW from 31 January 2021
South Australia will re-open its borders to visitors from Greater Sydney from 12.01am on Sunday January 31. That is, as long as there are no further cases of community transmission in the next day or two.
However, visitors from Greater Sydney will need to get a COVID-19 test on day 1, day 5 and day 12, isolating until they get a negative result from the first test. If you are heading to SA, you also need to complete a Cross Border Travel Registration Form preferably 3 days before your intended travel date.
This means that people from Greater Sydney will soon be able to travel to both Victoria (an announcement is expected tomorrow (29 January), Queensland from Monday 1 February and South Australia from 31 January.