Compare travel insurance plans

Depending on the policy you choose, you can be covered for medical emergencies, lost or delayed luggage, stolen personal items, travel cancellation, disruptions and more. Compare our travel insurance plans below.

International Comprehensive

International Comprehensive

Premium overseas travel coverage for luggage, cancellations, medical expenses and more.

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International Basic

International Basic

Budget overseas travel coverage for unexpected medical costs and personal liability. 

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Domestic Travel Insurance

Domestic Travel Insurance

Protect your car hire, luggage and plans when travelling within Australia. 

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Annual Multi-Trip

Annual Multi-Trip

Travelling more than once this year? You could save time and money.

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Choose your excess

If you take a $100 excess on your international travel plan, your premium will be lower than if you choose a $0 excess. 

Increased luggage cover

You can increase coverage of valuable individual items with our International Comprehensive and Domestic travel plans. 

Increased rental car insurance excess cover

You will have $3,000 standard cover on an International Comprehensive or Domestic plan, with the option to increase. 

Skiing, snowboarding, motorcycling and mopeds

We can cover winter sports or riding motorbikes - just ask us for a new travel insurance quote. Plus, you're already covered for activities like abseiling, jet boating, paragliding, snorkelling, kayaking and bungy jumping.

More information

For a detailed travel insurance comparison, download our Product Disclosure Statement and Financial Services Guide (303kb)

Do you have an existing medical conditionFind out if you're covered 

In-store travel insurance

Another product available is our In-Store Comprehensive Travel Insurance policy. This product is not available online and can be purchased from participating Post Offices. For details, please refer to the following:

This advice is general in nature, and doesn't consider your personal situation. You should consider your own needs, compare the travel insurance policies available and review the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before making a decision to buy a travel insurance policy.

Limits, exclusions and conditions apply. Policies may not be available to all travellers. Australia Post is an Authorised Representative, AR 338646, of Travel Insurance Partners Pty Limited ABN 73 144 049 230, AFSL 360138 who issues insurance underwritten by Great Lakes Reinsurance (UK) PLC, trading as Great Lakes Australia ARBN 127 740 532, ABN 18 964 580 576, AFSL 318603. Review your own needs and the relevant Product Disclosure Statement before deciding to buy this insurance. Download a copy of the combined FSG/PDS (303kb) here, or for our In-store international Travel Insurance policy download a copy of the $6 a day Travel Insurance Product Disclosure Statement (776kb) here or the $10 a day Travel Insurance Product Disclosure Statement (752kb) here, or contact us on 1300 728 015 or email

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Age of travellers

Permanent Residents

Policies can only be issued to Australian citizens and permanent residents who will be returning to Australia at the completion of the period of insurance and within 12 months of the journey commencing; and who have not yet commenced their journey.


Region of travel

Please choose the region where you will spend most time, from the map or list below.

Please note: If you spend more than 20% of your trip in the Americas or Africa, you must choose Area 1 - Worldwide (inc. Americas and Africa), no matter where you are going before or after. Then for 'Country most time spent in', choose the country within the Americas or Africa where you will spend the most time.

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