Travel Alerts

Australian's take around 10 million trips overseas each year. To help Australia's avoid difficulties whilst travelling the Australian Government provides travel advice on more than 170 destinations. The aim is to help Aussies make informed travel decisions. The travel alerts highlight the threats that you could face at your destination, whether related to security, safety, health, local laws, or natural disasters. They also highlight areas that are clearly not safe for travel.

You should use this destination intelligence when planning your holiday to stay informed and travel safely!

Smartraveller - are you registered?

Additionally, whether you are travelling overseas for leisure or business the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade recommends that you register your travel plans with before you leave Australia. This helps the Government contact you or your family in the event of an emergency.

Latest Travel Alerts

Keep up to date with the latest travel warnings and alerts across the world before you depart on your trip.


16 September 2019

We?ve reviewed our travel advice for Jordan. We haven?t changed the level ? exercise a high degree of caution. Higher levels apply in some parts of the country.


13 September 2019

W've reviewed our travel advice for Peru. We haven?t changed the level ? exercise a high degree of caution in Peru. Higher levels apply in some parts of the country.


13 September 2019

There's an outbreak of dengue fever across Nepal, including in Kathmandu and the Chitwan National Park area. Take extra care to avoid mosquito bites (see Health). We haven't changed our level of advice ? 'exercise a high degree of caution' in Nepal.


12 September 2019

We have reviewed our advice for France. We haven't changed the level - 'exercise a high degree of caution' in France, due to the high threat of terrorist attack.

United States of America

11 September 2019

We've reviewed our travel for the United States. We haven?t changed the level - exercise normal safety precautions in the United States of America.


11 September 2019

We've reviewed our travel advice with new information on safety and security. We haven't changed the level of our advice ? 'exercise a high degree of caution' in Indonesia, including Bali. Higher levels apply in Poso Regency in Central Sulawesi, and …


10 September 2019

There is a heightened threat of terrorist attack in the lead up to presidential elections on 28 September 2019, and possibly beyond. Avoid political rallies and other election-related gatherings, as they could turn violent without warning (see Safet …


9 September 2019

The Jamaican Government has now declared states of emergency in the parishes of Clarendon, St Andrew and St Catherine. Other areas are also affected by security measures. Anticipate road closures and travel delays. Be alert, particularly if travellin …


9 September 2019

We've reviewed our travel advice for Iran and added new information under 'safety and security' and 'local travel'. We haven't changed the level: reconsider your need to travel, due to the risk that foreigners including Australians could be arbitrari …

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