Australia Prepares to End Self-Isolation reports that Anthea Griffin, the Consul-General for Australia in Bali, wrote to the head of  Bali Tourism Service (Dinas Pariwisata Bali), Putu Astawa, on 21 October 2021. The communication confirmed that the prohibition on Australians traveling to Bali and other overseas destinations would be lifted starting 01 November 2021.

That the letter was sent and received was confirmed by the Australian Consulate and the Dinas Pariwisata, respectively,

The letter informed that the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Penny William, has written to the Indonesian Minister of Tourism and the Creative Economy, Sandiaga Uno, confirming that progress had been made in setting a schedule for the return of Australian tourists to Bali and the rest of Indonesia. The letter went on to say that effective 01 November 2021, the government of New South Wales would allow Australian citizens living overseas to fly to Sydney without the need to undergo quarantine on arrival, providing they were fully vaccinated.

The remaining states and territories of Australia are working on plans to reopen their borders and are expected in the coming months to reduce or remove quarantine requirements once high levels of vaccination are achieved. 

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