Border restrictions between Victoria & NSW will on November 23rd— just in time for plans to get underway for Christmas and the school holidays.

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The NSW Government will reopen the border to Victoria at 12:01am on Monday, November 23.

All requirements for border permits and quarantine requirements will be dropped.

The Government is claiming that it is the only state or territory to "make all Australians welcome," according to a NSW Health spokesperson.

"Whether people travelling from Victoria will be allowed to enter other states after passing through NSW is for those states to decide," Ms Berejiklian said.

She said the decision came after a conversation with Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews on Wednesday morning and a conversation with Prime Minister Scott Morrison at the weekend.

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