Travel Updates

Anywhere Travel’s expert consultants and account management teams are here to assist our customers 24/7 via our usual contact channels. Where customers have updated or implemented new business travel restrictions in light of COVID-19, Anywhere Travel can advise on and implement new policy regulations across our solutions.

We encourage all our customers to closely follow their local Government’s travel and health advisory services, as travel and health advice is changing regularly.


International Travel

Introducing Sherpa – A simple way to understand the complex international travel requirements.

We’re pleased to provide a new C-19 feature Sherpa – courtesy of our Preferred Partner Airline British Airways. Sherpa will allow you (or your travellers) to quickly and easily check entry requirements by country. Sherpa returns requirements for both direct and indirect trips, making it a valuable tool for all, wherever you may be transiting, as well as those whose journey is point-to-point. Sherpa will return COVID-19 test requirements, quarantine protocols and entry restrictions for anywhere in the world. In addition it also helps travellers to understand and apply for certain eVisas.


Australian Border Control

As of 25 March 2020, there is a ban on overseas travel from Australia. If you’re an Australian citizen or permanent resident, you can’t leave Australia unless you get an exemption to travel or you’re traveling to a destination that’s exempt from the ban. More information here.

Australian domestic travel: Travel restrictions between states and territories and in some remote areas of Australia are in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. More information here.

International travel to Australia: Australia’s borders are currently closed and entry to Australia remains strictly controlled to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Travel restrictions are subject to change. More information here.

Australian travel & entertainment: Some types of gatherings, activities and businesses have been restricted in Australia to help stop the spread of COVID-19. More information here.

New Zealand Border Control

Entry to New Zealand from all countries remains strictly controlled to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. More information here.

Mandatory Masks

Australia: All passengers, excluding children 12 and under or those with particular exemptions, and aircrew must wear masks on flights and in airports. More information here.

New Zealand: All passengers are legally required to wear a face mask or covering on all public transport and flights throughout New Zealand. Exemptions include children under the age of 12 and those with a  medical condition that prevents them from wearing a mask or face covering safely. More information here.

Self-isolation Guidelines

The Australian and New Zealand Governments have provided self-isolation guidelines: