Travelling to Australia

The Australian borders are officially open and we can't wait to welcome you back to campus.

Our international students are a vital part of our university community and our campus hasn't been the same without you! We can't wait for you to discover the incredible lifestyle waiting for you here in Adelaide, Australia's most liveable city.

Planning your trip

To help understand what steps you need to take to get back on campus, select the statement below which best describes you. 

Helpful resources

Navigating travel requirements can be confusing at times, so we have compiled a list of the most up to date government FAQs and resources below to assist you in your journey. 

Student FAQs

Our partners at StudyAdelaide have provided an extensive list of student-focused FAQs.

Student FAQs

Travel checklist

Ready to travel? The Department of Home Affairs has put together a simple step by step travel checklist.

Travel checklist

Arriving in Adelaide

Familiarise yourself with South Australia's arrival requirements before making the trip. 

Arriving in Adelaide

Arriving soon? We’ve got you covered

Whether it’s your first time in Adelaide or you’re coming back after some time away, we’ve got you covered with a range of initiatives to help you get the best start to your studies on campus.

  • Emergency accommodation support

    Accommodation support

    Having trouble finding a rental? Or maybe your private accommodation fell through last minute? Don’t worry, our Accommodation Service is here to help you by offering both long term and emergency temporary accommodation support.

    Students, parents and agents can contact the Accommodation Service on +61 8 8313 5220, 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

    Contact Accommodation Service

  • Free booster shots

    Booster shot

    Stay protected with a free COVID-19 booster shot. South Australian residents (including international students) are eligible to receive their booster just 3 months after their second dose.There are several SA Health clinics close to campus where you can easily book your booster shot including:

    Book my booster

  • Safe city and campus

    Safe city and campus

    As Australia’s most liveable city, Adelaide is well regarded as being a safe and welcoming place for international students. With over 90% of adults (12+ years) double vaccinated, you can feel safe in the knowledge that our state is looking out for your health.

    On campus, we have implemented a number of initiatives to help keep our community safe including:

    • Social distancing
    • Mask mandates
    • Free hand sanitiser stations
    • QR check-in codes
    • 24/7 security

    Campus COVID news

    Contact security