Security: traveller information
Wellcamp Airport requires that all passengers and baggage must be screened in accordance with the Australian Government's Aviation Transport Security Act.
Wellcamp Airport is committed to providing the safest and most secure experience in preparation for your journey.
The Australian Government determines what items are not permitted in your carry-on baggage for security and safety reasons. Items that are not permitted to be carried on board a referred to as prohibited items.
Please place all prohibited items in your checked luggage prior to checking in for your flight. Prohibited items found on your person or in carry-on luggage will be confiscated at the screening point.
Examples of prohibited items:
× Sporting bats and clubs
× Letter openers
× Non personal aerosols
× Personal aerosols with no safety guard
× Imitation firearms (toy)
This list is an example only, full details can be found at TravelSecure.
There are a number of items that generally cannot be taken onto aircraft as they are considered dangerous goods. These items are generally flammable liquids or gases and are not permitted on aircraft as either checked or carry-on luggage. There will be confiscated at the screening point. For a comprehensive list of dangerous goods please refer the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority website.
Baggage must never be left unattended within the Airport complex. All bags left unattended will be treated as suspicious, and may be subjected to additional screening and destruction.
Security Related Threats
Passengers and visitors are reminded that all threats and comments made about carrying of weapons or explosives – whether intended as a joke or not – will be taken seriously and may result on refusal of carriage and prosecution.
TravelSecure domestic passenger screening
Qantas dangerous goods information
Airnorth dangerous goods information
REX dangerous goods information