New Zealand has brought forward plans to reopen its borders to international travellers after a Covid lockout of more than two years.
Australians will be allowed to enter the country without needing to quarantine or isolate from 13 April.
Fully vaccinated travellers from about 60 countries on a visa-waiver list will be able to arrive from 2 May. Those nations include the UK and US.
All arrivals will have to show a negative Covid test.
New Zealand shut its borders in March 2020 as the pandemic spread. They have remained closed, except for a short-lived travel bubble with Australia. (Foreign Agencies)