Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced Queensland's border will reopen to all of NSW except Greater Sydney and Victoria less than 24 hours before the state election. Queenslanders will still require a border pass to re-enter the state despite travel to NSW, except for Greater Sydney, permitted from Tuesday under the latest easing of coronavirus restrictions. Deputy Police Commissioner Steve Gollschewski warned of lengthy delays at border road crossings when the restrictions ease at 1am on November 3. He also warned Queenslanders of changes to border declaration passes that are still required when residents re-enter the state. “In the lead up to November 3, everyone that has currently got a border declaration pass, should check what they should have,” he said.