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Child Travel Consent (Long Form)

Child Travel Consent (Long Form)

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated April 24, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Child Travel Consent form is a document parents or guardians can use to inform travel authorities that their child is allowed to travel in their absence.

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Document Overview

This form is used to allow a child to travel unsupervised or with a guardian. This document can be used for domestic or international travel. 

Use this Child Travel Consent Form if:

  • You wish to give permission to another adult to supervise your child while travelling.
  • You wish to provide authority for your child travelling to a particular location for a period of time. 
  • You need to inform those travelling with your child of any allergies or special medical needs.

What does this Child Travel Consent Form Cover?

  • Consent for the child to travel
  • Whether the child will require supervision 
  • Travel details
  • Special medical needs
  • Acknowledgements of entry requirements
  • Contact details
  • Travel insurance details

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