• Bibbulmun southern terminus
    Bibbulmun southern terminus
  • The Waugal is the official symbol of the Bibbulmun Track
    The Waugal is the official symbol of the Bibbulmun Track
  • Bibbulmun
    Bibbulmun
  • Photo courtesy of the Bibbulmun Track Foundation.
    Photo courtesy of the Bibbulmun Track Foundation.
  • On the trail from Shelley Beach to Cosy Corner.
    On the trail from Shelley Beach to Cosy Corner.
  • Wildflowers on the Cape to Cape.
    Wildflowers on the Cape to Cape.
  • Hug a tree on the Cape to Cape. Tourism WA
    Hug a tree on the Cape to Cape. Tourism WA
  • Hugging a karri tree on the Cape to Cape trail. WA Tourism.
    Hugging a karri tree on the Cape to Cape trail. WA Tourism.
  • Cape to Cape. WA Tourism
    Cape to Cape. WA Tourism
  • Group photo at Cape Naturaliste before starting the Cape to Cape walk.
    Group photo at Cape Naturaliste before starting the Cape to Cape walk.
  • Walking past wildflowers on WA's Cape to Cape walk.
    Walking past wildflowers on WA's Cape to Cape walk.
  • Our World Expeditions guide Dawn talks about the walk.
    Our World Expeditions guide Dawn talks about the walk.
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Western Australia is flinging open its doors to the world, but there are rules you'll need to follow.

Western Australia's March 3 reopening comes with restrictions designed to minimise a growing Omicron outbreak, so how will it work?

On 12:01am on Thursday March 3, WA's hard border will be removed.

Interstate and international arrivals will be allowed to enter the state without having to quarantine.

What do I have to do to travel to WA? Be vaccinated against COVID-19 is the most important thing.

Unvaccinated domestic travellers will effectively remain locked out, with anyone eligible for a booster also required to have had one of those.

International arrivals will need at least two doses, with the discrepancy due to the Commonwealth definition for "fully vaccinated" when it comes to travel.

All arrivals will be required to do is take a rapid antigen test within 12 hours and report any positive result to authorities.

Obviously, anyone who tests positive for the virus will then be required to isolate.

Read the full ABC story here.

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