Updated 15 February 2024
Travel requirements can change at short notice, always check government websites for the latest information before booking and departure.
From 14 February 2024, the Balinese government is introducing a new tourism fee to help preserve the nature and culture of Bali. The fee will cost IDR150,000 (approx. AUD$14.40) and is payable by all international tourists travelling to Bali.
Important: If for any reason you are unable to pay prior to departure, alternative payment options are available on arrival in Bali.
Visas are required to enter Bali, including transit. Visa On Arrival (VOA) is available for passengers with an Australian passport or passports from selected countries. Please check the visa requirements thoroughly before travel.
Damaged passports are not accepted
Entry into Indonesia may be refused if your passport is damaged, including normal wear and tear that impacts the legibility or scanning. Make sure your passport is undamaged and is valid for at least 6 months from the date you plan to leave Indonesia.
Forms and apps
- A Customs Declaration needs to be completed online.
- You may also wish to download the Satusehat app. This is optional.
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.
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.