“At 1am what we will see is all vehicles and people are able to come into Queensland without a border declaration pass,” he said.
“That’s provided you haven’t been into any existing hotspot from South Australia and those 20 local government areas in Adelaide.
“People coming from that hotspot will need to fly in and they will need to complete a border declaration pass.”
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced last week that the border to Victorians and Sydney residents would open on Tuesday, without the need to quarantine.
Chief Superintendent Wheeler said the checkpoints were a “complex and mammoth” operation, with police inspecting declaration passes and vehicles before allowing or refusing people’s entry into the state.