Western Australia
COVID19 regulations governing entry into Western Australia:
Western Australian controlled border restrictions apply for those arriving from the east. A G2G pass is required (https://www.g2gpass.com.au/apply).
We also recommend that you download the SafeWA app as it will be useful at many venues within Western Australia (https://safewa.health.wa.gov.au/individuals).

 

A permit is required for travel along these roads:

 

1. between Yeo and Yamarna on the Anne Beadell Highway

 

Permits are issued by the WA Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage.

 

Information can be found here.

 

Click here to apply for a permit

For travel along the Great Central Road from Laverton to the Northern Territory border and travel along the Connie Sue Highway from Neale Junction to Warburton, click here to apply for a permit.

 

No permits are required for travel along these roads:

 

1. from Yeo to the South Australian border on Anne Beadell Highway

2. travel south from Neale Junction along the Connie Sue Highway

 

No permits are issued for travel on the Business Road north and south of Ilkurlka

 

 

 

 

 

Call (08) 90371147

Paupiyala Tjarutja Aboriginal Corporation
Welcome to Ilkurlka Visitor Centre!

ILKURLKA

 

Ilkurlka update 21 July 2021

There are new border restrictions which restrict entry across the South Australian border into Western Australia.

 

If you have suitable premises, you must enter self-quarantine for 14 days when entering Western Australia from South Australia. If not, you will be directed to enter a government-approved quarantine facility at your own expense for 14 days.

 

Please note that Ilkurlka does not have facilities for self-quarantine.

 

Until these restrictions are lifted, Ilkurlka will be closed to travellers from the east. Ilkurlka will remain open for travellers from the west.

We ask that visitors use face masks and hand sanitiser when entering the premises. We have a supply of hand sanitiser and a limited amount of face masks so we'd be grateful if you could bring your own masks!

 

 

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