Domestic travel insurance is cover designed for any trip taken around Australia. You might think you don't need insurance because you have Medicare, but travel insurance for Australia can cover you for things that your medical healthcare doesn't. Even if you're not going too far, things can still go wrong on trips close to home – especially if you're flying or renting a car.
If you're thinking of hiring a car and taking an Aussie road trip, our domestic insurance can cover some of the car hire excess if your rental vehicle is damaged or stolen.
While Medicare covers hospital stays, doctors' services and outpatient care, the domestic plan also provides cover for medical evacuation by road or air if you need it.
Our Domestic Plan is designed for trips around Oz and can cover things like lost luggage, travel delay or interruptions to your trip. It can help you get back on track if things don’t go to plan so you can focus on what matters most – the fun!
You can read the details of everything our travel insurance for Australia covers in our PDS.
|Emergency travel arrangements & accommodation expenses||$10,000|
|Cancellation costs||$2,000with option to increase|
|Medical evacuation & repatriation||$50,000|
|Luggage and Personal Effects||$4,000|
|Rental Vehicle Insurance Excess+||$6,000|
|Coronavirus Travel Costs||$2,500|
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|# Applicable limits are per adult traveller and are not increased for accompanying children.+ This is a limit per policy; it is the most we’ll pay for all people on your Certificate of Insurance combined, per trip. Sub-limits apply. This is a brief summary of cover and does not include the full terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions. Consider our PDS.|
Domestic travel insurance covers the basics, but there are some add-ons that you can purchase on top of your policy to make sure you have cover for the things that may be important to you, or any snow sports activities you'll be doing.
Most personal valuables that are lost, stolen or permanently damaged are covered with our domestic plan. You can also add protection for individual items, like pricier tech or a musical instrument for an additional premium during the purchase process.
No. You only need to start and end your trip at your home in Australia.
Yes. The Domestic policy only covers people under the age of 75 at the time they purchase the policy.