Many travellers have had their Easter plans thrown into disarray following a snap three-day lockdown in Brisbane, just days out from Easter.
On Monday, Greater Brisbane entered what is hoped will be a 'circuit-breaker' three-day lockdown, which is expected to end at 5pm on Thursday. However, it hasn't been confirmed whether restrictions will be extended into the Easter weekend.
On Wednesday, Queensland recorded two new community cases, both linked to existing clusters.
New South Wales also recorded one new locally acquired case of COVID-19, linked to the Queensland cases who attended a hen's party in Byron Bay.
NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant said the new case was a man in his 20s who attended the Byron Beach Hotel with three of his friends and sat near the Queensland travellers who were infectious at the time. His friends have returned negative results.
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On Wednesday, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced new restrictions for Byron Bay and surrounding areas.
Until the end of Easter, residents of the Byron, Ballina, Tweed and Lismore shires are limited to 30 visitors in a home.
All venues will resort to the four square-metre rule and customers must remain seated.
"We also ask for people in those four local government areas to wear a mask and we will make this mandatory in retail, if you are going shopping, in hospitality venues if you're a worker, on public transport, although we know most people will be going around in driving, so that includes taxis and Ubers," Berejiklian said.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said an update would be provided tomorrow at 9am local time, and if it's "encouraging news tomorrow, we will be lifting the hotspot for Greater Brisbane".
Here's what you need to know about border restrictions ahead of Easter.
So, can I still go to Queensland over Easter?
The Queensland border is currently open so you do not need a border pass to enter from any Australian state or territory. However, states and territories have introduced different border restrictions and in some cases, border closures, for people travelling from Queensland.
Those in NSW are still able to travel to Queensland, with Premier Gladys Berejiklian announcing that the state will not shut its borders to Queensland over Easter.