Our travel insurance can be used for the purpose of one-way travel, the policy simply stops covering you once the end date passes. There's plenty of reasons you might want to do this, but from an insurance point of view, it's not a problem. All the same policy benefits of your chosen plan apply, regardless of whether you're on a round trip or a one-way trip.
Travel insurance should be an essential part of any holiday to provide cover for those things that can go wrong while travelling. No matter what kind of trip you are on, you should consider travel insurance.
Here's some very good news! It's exactly the same as purchasing a regular policy. You don't even need to pick up the phone. You can buy this online without any hassle. Of course, you can call us if you want. We love to talk to our travellers!
Compensation for unforeseen medical expenses incurred whilst on an overseas holiday
Insurance if you have to cancel your trip due to unforeseeable events outside of your control (e.g. sudden illness).
Cover if your luggage is stolen, permanently lost or accidentally damaged due to circumstances outside of your control.
If your flight is cancelled by the Airline for operational reasons we cover the reasonable cost of meals and accommodation.
Cover towards the insurance excess if you rent a car from a licensed hire company and it is damaged, stolen or in an accident whilst in your care.
Cover back to Australia if a medical practitioner requires you to be medically escorted home due to a sudden illness or injury that happens on your trip.
Yes, you can! Technically, if you're already overseas, even if you have a flight home, the policy you’re buying is a one-way trip. It's just one-way home. But it's basically the same. Just remember that there's a 72-hour waiting period from the time you buy the policy.
Not a problem at all. It won't effect your coverage at all. If you do come home before the end date of your policy, cover will cease when you get home. There aren't any refunds for the unused part of your policy though.
You may be able to extend your trip, but up to a limit. Just be mindful of the regions you're travelling to – if you're moving to a new part of the world, you'll want to double check that your policy covers that area. Alternatively, you can purchase a new policy. If you do, be mindful of the 72 hour waiting period, but you can buy the new policy before the old one expires.
Read the policy wording for full terms, conditions and exclusions and to ensure the product suits your needs.