Updated September 20, 2022

Travel requirements can change at short notice, always check government websites for the latest information before booking and departure.

Visa requirements

Visas are required to enter Bali. Visa On Arrival (VOA) is available for passengers with an Australian passport or passports from selected countries.

Vaccination

To enter Bali, you must show proof you were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure if you are 18 years or over (some exceptions apply). Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) approved vaccines are accepted in Bali.

If another destination or airline in your itinerary has different requirements, the strictest rules will apply.

Get your international vaccination certificate

If you were vaccinated in Australia, you'll need your International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate to check in for your flight. This certificate is specific to international travel and is different to the one you may be using on your state government service app.

Learn about COVID-19 vaccination exemptions

COVID-19 testing

Pre-departure COVID-19 testing is no longer required to enter Bali.

Mandatory forms and apps

  • A Customs Declaration needs to be completed online.
  • You will also need to download the Peduli Lindungi app.

These steps may take some time, so be sure to complete them before you arrive at the airport.

When you arrive

You will need to adhere to any government health advice for your destination, which may include wearing face masks in public spaces.

Transiting

If you have connecting flights, there may be additional transit requirements. Make sure you meet the requirements of your transit location as well as your final destination.

Re-entering Australia

You will need to meet the latest entry requirements for Australia, and any additional requirements for the state or territory you arrive in.

Visit our International page for further info, including a handy checklist