South Australia will lift its coronavirus travel restrictions with Greater Brisbane from Sunday.
The change means people travelling to SA from Brisbane will no longer need to spend 14 days in quarantine.
However, they will still be asked to be tested for coronavirus three times – on days one, five and 12.
Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier says the easing of measures reflects the latest information from Queensland health authorities on the progress containing a cluster of cases there.
No changes are planned for people travelling from NSW.
Under present arrangements, people from regional NSW can enter SA but must have the three virus tests.
The hard border arrangements for Greater Sydney, the Central Coast, the Blue Mountains and the Wollongong regions will remain.
People from those areas are not allowed to enter SA unless they are an essential worker or have an exemption.
SA reported one new COVID-19 case on Friday in a recently returned traveller from overseas.
The state has 10 active infections, all acquired overseas and in hotel quarantine.