Queensland's coronavirus border restrictions have eased again.
With Queensland opening its borders once more to Victoria and Greater Sydney, you might be making some enthusiastic enquiries to your travel agent of choice.
But with recent COVID-19 lockdowns in South Australia, the national picture on state borders remains as tricky as ever.
Depending on where and when you want to travel and where you're from, there's a lot to consider before planning your next interstate trip.
Queensland's border closure with Victoria and Greater Sydney will end on Tuesday, December 1, as will the road checkpoints along the state's border.
However, Adelaide remains listed as a hotspot in Queensland, meaning police conducting random intercepts of vehicles will be checking if people may have come from South Australia.
The State Government will review Adelaide's hotspot listing at the end of the month.
Only people who have been in a COVID-19 hotspot or overseas within the previous 14 days will be required to complete a border declaration pass to enter Queensland.
Domestic flights direct from any hotspots will be met by police and officers will conduct random checks of other flights.
Anyone who fails to comply with the travel obligations can face a fine of $4,003, as well as possible court action.
For more information on the coronavirus restrictions in QLD, visit the Queensland Government website.