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Register your travel within NSW


You’ll need to register your travel within NSW in certain circumstances.

Travel registration is valid for a maximum of 14 days. You’ll need to reapply, if:

  • you’re travelling for more than 14 days, or
  • your travel dates change or need to be amended.

You must carry your travel registration and supporting documents with you at all times. You’ll need to provide these to NSW Police if requested.

Note: Greater Sydney does not include Shellharbour and the Central Coast for the purposes of this travel registration.


You’ll need to register your travel if you’re:

  • an authorised worker living in a local government area (LGA) of concern and you need to leave your area for work. This includes travelling to another LGA of concern (also known as a ‘workers permit’).
  • entering an LGA of concern for work (also known as a ‘workers permit’).
  • from a non-area of concern and you need to travel more than 50km outside of Greater Sydney for work, and you cannot work from home
  • permanently moving to a new residence outside of Greater Sydney
  • inspecting a property because you genuinely need a place to live in (no investment properties)
  • moving between residences, including travelling to your second home if you:
    • are using the home for work (if so, only the worker may travel), or
    • need to undertake urgent maintenance, repairs, or attend to animal welfare (if so, only one person may travel to the second home).

If you’d like to check your travel locations and see if you need to register, enter the address you’re travelling to and from in the travel registration address checker.

What you need

  • a MyServiceNSW Account – you can create one when you start your registration
  • your name, address, email and contact number
  • your reason for travel
  • the company name if you’re travelling for work
  • your travel details (where you will be staying, working or visiting)
  • your travel dates
  • your dependants’ name and contact number, if applicable.

Changes for authorised transport workers in Greater Sydney who are travelling outside Greater Sydney

  • If you register after 5pm on Friday 27 August you will not need to provide every address you’re travelling to.
  • If you’re travelling before 5pm on Friday 27 August, you’ll need to apply for a travel registration now and provide all the relevant addresses.
  • If you’ve already applied and provided addresses, you won’t need to reapply again until your travel registration expires in 14 days.

How to register

  1. Check you meet the eligibility requirements.
  2. Select the ‘Register online’ button.
  3. Log in, or create your MyServiceNSW Account.
  4. Follow the prompts to complete your registration.
  5. If successful, you’ll receive your travel registration by email.

Note: If you’re unable to register online, an over the phone option will be available in late August.

More information

Penalties apply for breaching the Public Health Order or providing false or misleading information. You may be liable for a fine of up to $22,000 or up to 2 years in prison.


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covid 19 travel registration

hi this is billy virtual voice from

sydney cbd repair center today i will

show you how i applied for work permit

from service nsw website

let’s get it started

go to service nsw website

read what you need carefully and click

register online button the link is in

the description below or comments

firstly you should login service nsw

website like this

please remember your email address and

password your contact details are shown

like this and make sure they are all

correct such as email address and mobile

phone number dependence question

do you have children under the age of 16

years traveling with you i checked no

reason for travel question do you

normally reside in a lga of concern i

checked yes and selected authorized

worker find your preference now travel

details section you can select your

address by typing or enter it manually

i selected 661 george street haymarket

and sw2000 address length of travel

question it is valid for only 14 days

so i entered 30 of august for next

monday as start date and 11th of

september as end date and then click

continue button almost done

please review all information are

correct and submit

about declaration you should tick all

items otherwise you cannot submit

conditions section

you should tick this and click submit

button well done

now your travel registration is complete

please check your email inbox you should

get email with the title your nsw travel

registration email title is your nsw

travel registration

it has an attached pdf document with qr

code attached pdf file should look like


qr code with your details and reason for


hopefully it helps you this is billy

from sydney cbd repair center please let

me know whether you get travel

registration qr code or not

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