New arrival requirements for travellers arriving at Adelaide Airport, South Australia

As of 12:01am Wednesday 14 April 2021, there is a new “Self Check-in” for travellers arriving in South Australia at Adelaide Airport.

All travellers who wish to enter South Australia are required to complete and lodge a Cross Border Travel Registration prior to their travel. Prior to the arrival date travellers will receive an email from the South Australia Police which contains a link allowing them to automatically self-check-in upon arrival. Other options available on the email will allow the traveller to advise they are no longer travelling. Should a traveller have an on-going approval to travel they may use the same email to check-in each time they arrive.

In conjunction with the Cross Border Travel Registration process, all travellers should download the mySA GOV app from Google Play or the App Store prior to travel to South Australia. Travellers are required to use the COVID Safe Check-In to scan a QR code specific to the Adelaide Airport immediately after their arrival. . If unable to download the app, traveller may use thier smartphone camera until they are able to do so.

For travellers who do not have a smartphone, they must provide their relevant contact details to a person authorised or required to collect such contact details. SAPOL staff will be present at the airport to assist with Check-In processes.

Once in South Australia, travellers must use the COVID SAfe Check-In when arriving at a business, venue or event in South Australia.

Information about the COVID SAfe Check-In App can be found here:

All existing directions, frequently asked questions and other information can be found here:

If you require further information you can call the SA COVID-19 Information Line on 1800 253 787 between the hours of 9am to 5pm 7 days per week or go to the SA Health website at or

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