If you have travelled to the suburbs of Brighton, Brandon Park, Clayton South, Heatherton, Keysborough, Melbourne, Moorabbin, Noble Park, Springvale and West Melbourne of Victoria on or following the 29 January please follow the advice issued by the NT Chief Health Officer to:

  • Arrange for a COVID-19 test
  • Self- quarantine whilst awaiting for the results
  • Return to school only once a negative test has been returned and/or you have clearance from COVID-19 Hotline to do so (COVID-19 Hotline: 1800 008 002)


The hotspots for the below regions of WA remain in place:

  • Perth Metropolitan Region
  • Peel Region
  • South West Region

Anyone travelling to the Northern Territory who arrives from a declared hotspot must undertake 14 days of mandatory, supervised quarantine at the Alice Springs or Howard Springs quarantine facilities at the cost of $2,500 per person.

This advice changes regularly, with the potential for new hotspots to be announced without warning, you can access the latest advice here –