Trans-Tasman bubble travellers entitled to continue on to Melbourne, Victorian state government website shows

Travellers from New Zealand taking advantage of the trans-Tasman bubble to get to Victoria are within their rights, provided they don’t have symptoms associated with Covid-19, according to a Victorian state government website.

Premiers of Victoria and Western Australia have complained after some trans-Tasman bubble travellers arrived in their states, which are not part of the bubble arrangement, after first landing in New South Wales, which is.

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The one-way bubble started on Friday, allowing travellers from New Zealand to arrive in NSW and Northern Territory without then having to go into managed isolation.

Friday was the first day of “travel bubble” arrangements between Australia's New South Wales and New Zealand.

PAUL ROVERE/The Age

Friday was the first day of “travel bubble” arrangements between Australia’s New South Wales and New Zealand.

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