If you’re travelling from Australia between now and the 30th of June 2016, Norfolk Island continues its status as an International destination. That means you’ll need a Passport and your flights will depart and arrive at the International Terminal.
Starting 1 July 2016
From 1 July 2016 flights between Norfolk Island and mainland Australia will become domestic flights. The flights will still depart from and arrive at the international terminal. Passports and visas will not be required when travelling to Norfolk Island from the Australian mainland.
- However, photographic identification, such as an Australian driver’s licence, will be required through Customs and Immigration. It is important you provide us with your full name as it appears on your Drivers licence to ensure your ticket matches your ID document.
- Normal Australian Customs and Immigration procedures will apply when entry is made from outside Australia. A passport is necessary and a visa will be required.
- Non-Australian citizens or Foreign passports however must carry their passport if flying between mainland Australia and Norfolk Island and should check they satisfy any visa requirements.
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Do you need a Passport to travel from Australia to Norfolk Island?
Yes – up until 30 June 2016
No – after 1 July 2016, but you will need photographic identification
Do you need a Visa to travel to Norfolk Island from Australia?
Foreign passport holders require a visitor visa, ask us for more info