On 24 July 2020, the National Cabinet agreed to the Domestic Border Controls—Freight Movements Protocol. National Cabinet also agreed for Transport and Infrastructure Ministers to upgrade the Protocol into an Enforceable Code.
On 7 August 2020, the National Cabinet agreed to the Freight Movement Code for the Domestic Border Controls—Freight Movement Protocol.
The enforceable measures in the Freight Movement Code will deliver greater consistency between states and territories when implementing their border controls. State and territory governments remain responsible for implementing and enforcing the Freight Movement Code.