Covid-19 Travel Advice
What you need to know from Cruisin

We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation around the clock. Our hearts and thoughts go out to everyone affected by this unfortunate event and we appreciate the healthcare workers, local communities and governments around the world who are continuously working to safeguard us.

We are constantly monitoring travel restrictions and Australian government announcements and how they impact travel with Cruisin Motorhomes and GoCheap Campervans.

The Australian government is enforcing restrictions regarding visitors coming into the country and travel across state borders. We recommend that guests check travel advice from the  regarding entering Australia or for guests traveling overseas, check  before embarking on any journey


Entry into Australia – Travel restrictions

Effective from 9 pm AEDT 20 March 2020, only Australian citizens, residents and immediate family members can travel to Australia. All travelers to Australia are required to self-isolate for 14 days. Restrictions are in place until further notice. Further information can be found


Cancellations and booking changes

To discuss cancellation options please contact our reservations team on:

Email: [email protected] 

Ph: 1300 664 485

We understand the disruption this is causing to your travels, so we’re currently offering a flexible travel option for anyone picking up before Wednesday 30th April 2020:

  • Any cancellation fees will be applied as a credit towards a future booking
  • The credit will also entitle you to 20% off the daily rental rate of this future booking
  • There will be no amendment fees if the location, brand or vehicle differs from the current booking
  • The credit will be valid for 24 months

If you booked with a travel agency or another third- party website, please contact them directly.

For new bookings- you can obtain a quote and make a booking through our website.

Cruisin branches are still open for people who are returning their vehicles early, for some cases of self-isolation, and the supply of self-contained motorhomes for people undertaking essential services. There is no refund for unused days.

Emergency housing or temporary accommodation for self-Isolation

To enquire please email [email protected] and our team will be in touch to discuss how we can support you at this time.

Self-Isolation in a Motorhome

We recommend that guests keep up to date with updates from health and travel authorities, and do their research in regards to campgrounds/caravans parks, and their individual isolation rules.


Travelling Within Australia

State governments across Australia are relaxing travel restrictions in a staged approach. As on 29 May 2020, intrastate and interstate travel status for each state are as follows,

Intrastate Travel (travelling within your own state)

– New South Wales

From 1 June 2020 you will be allowed to travel anywhere across the state. Several caravan parks and camping grounds will also reopen.

– Victoria

From 1 June 2020, you will be allowed to stay in a holiday homes, private residences and tourism accommodations including caravan parks and camping grounds where there are no communal facilities.

– Queensland

From 12 June 2020 you will be able to travel up to 250 kms in your region for holidays including camping and staying overnight in tourist accommodations and caravan parks.

– Tasmania

From 15 June 2020 you will be allowed to travel intrastate for holiday and stay overnight in accommodations.

– Australian Capital Territory

From 1 June 2020 you will be allowed to travel within the state for recreation and holiday purposes.

– Western Australia, South Australia and Northern Territory

WA, SA and NT have closed access to certain vulnerable and remote communities and townships. Please refer to the official state government websites for the latest information.


Interstate Travel (travelling between states)

– NSW, ACT and VIC

State borders for these three states have remained open during the entire period. Interstate travel between these states
are allowed.

– QLD, TAS, NT, WA and SA

These states are yet to advise regarding lifting border restrictions.


Our team has been advised and trained on hygiene practices as set by WHO. This includes washing hands frequently, using hand sanitizers regularly, avoiding unnecessary contact with people and maintaining an appropriate distance. These will ensure the safety of our guests and our team.

Cruisin Motorhomes continues to maintain high standards of vehicle cleanliness. Our vehicle cleaning process follows guidelines set by health authorities in response to COVID-19.


This information is valid as of 29-05-2020 as it is likely to change as the situation progresses.