Australia and New Zealand

The health risks on this page pertain to Australia and New Zealand.

The likelihood of running up a food poisoning infection, including hepatitis A, is very small.

There is no malaria here. In northern Australia (Queensland) the occasional small dengue epidemic is reported.

No particular risks.

You can contract sexually transmitted diseases here, including hepatitis B and HIV infections, but not on a large scale.

Just the incidental case of rabies in wild animals.

Minor local risk of leptospirosis.

If you’d prefer tailored advice make an appointment¬†at a Travel Clinic from KLM Health Services.