Singaporean nationals who are fully vaccinated will be permitted to travel to Australia without requiring a travel exemption and will be able to visit participating states or territories without being quarantined from November 21, 2021.
Travellers must meet the following requirements to be eligible:
possess a valid Australian visa
be fully vaccinated with a full dose of a vaccine authorised or recognised by Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)
exit Singapore and arrive in an Australian state or territory produce confirmation of vaccination status, submit a negative COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test done within 3 days of departure (unless a medical exemption applies).
The agreement only applies to Singaporeans who are departing from Singapore.
Singaporean citizens who have visited countries other than Singapore in last 14 days are ineligible.
If a Singaporean citizen travels with family members, including dependent children, who are not Singaporeans (or Australian citizens or permanent residents), such family members are not allowed to travel to Australia unless they have a travel exemption. Individual travel exemptions may be available to travellers who are not eligible to go to Australia. Requests for travel exemptions are considered on a case-by-case basis.
Visa is valid.
Singaporean nationals must have a valid Australian visa in order to go to Australia without seeking an exemption.
ETA app for Australia
You may be qualified for an Electronic Travel Authority to visit Australia as a tourist or business travelling (ETA). Using the Australian ETA app on your mobile device, you may apply for an ETA quickly and effortlessly.
Australia Travel Advisory (ATD)
Visitors visiting Australia should bring their passports