Travel Advice

29 November 2021

Masks are no longer compulsory (but recommended) to be worn on public transport services especially if social distancing is not possible. All passengers must continue to check in with the QLD QR Code app when travelling onboard the passenger ferries or entering our cafes. 


We are still waiting on further clarification regarding what will happen from 17 December and will take the time to address this once further information is available. Currently, we are under the impression that due to the nature of our essential services, unvaccinated people can travel on the passenger and vehicle ferries (provided they stay inside their vehicle and do not enter the on-board cafes).


Home Quarantine for Domestic Travellers effective 19 November 2021

QLD Gov information:

If you are travelling from the airport to your nominated quarantine residence to enter home quarantine, you must apply and receive a Queensland Border Declaration Pass.

You cannot travel by public transport & restrictions apply for ferries:

  • You can use a ferry that is considered a vehicle barge provided you stay inside your vehicle for the entire trip, and the ticketing process is contactless
  • You cannot use a public ferry, passenger only ferry or exit your vehicle if using a vehicle barge ferry

Customers must stay in their vehicle; they cannot use the café or toilets etc. and must not wind down their window or have any contact with other customers or SeaLink crew / team members.

For more information on the current Roadmap click here.