Travel Insurance Products

Compare 36 products offered for Travel Insurance from 15 companies including AIG Australia Ltd , Allianz Australia Insurance Ltd, and Liberty International Underwriters - Australia.

Our Insurance Comparison Tool allows you to pick the Travel Insurance policy that's right for you by comparing every plan offered by Canada's leading providers. The Frequently Asked Questions can help you learn more about this coverage area.

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Corporate Travel by AFA Pty Ltd Max Coverage N/A Min Premium N/A


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Corporate Travel by Accident and Health International Underwriting Pty Ltd Max Coverage AUD50K Min Premium N/A
  • country of domicile (cover can be purchased at an additional cost)
  • Iraq and Afghanistan (cover can be purchased at an additional cost)


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Business Travel by Chubb Insurance Australia Ltd Max Coverage N/A Min Premium N/A
  • flying in an aircraft or aerial device other than as a passenger in a licensed aircraft
  • medicare / health insurance
  • participating in or training for any professional sport
  • self-inflicted injuries
  • suicide


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Travel by Wallace Risk Solutions Pty Ltd Max Coverage N/A Min Premium N/A


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Corporate Travel - Platinum by Solution Underwriting Agency Pty Ltd Max Coverage AUD3M Min Premium N/A
  • air travel (except as a passenger in a properly licensed aircraft)
  • alcohol or drug abuse
  • any loss which occurs when the insured is 90 years of age or over
  • intentional self-inflicted injury
  • medicare / health insurance


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Corporate Travel by QBE Insurance (Australia) Ltd Max Coverage AUD10M Min Premium AUD600
  • alcoholism or drug addiction
  • flying in an aircraft or aerial device other than as a passenger in a licensed aircraft
  • medicare / health insurance
  • participating in or training for any professional sport
  • self-inflicted injuries
  • suicide


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Corporate Travel by DUAL Australia Pty Ltd Max Coverage AUD10M Min Premium N/A


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Leisure Travel by Accident and Health International Underwriting Pty Ltd Max Coverage N/A Min Premium N/A


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Corporate Travel by Liberty International Underwriters - Australia Max Coverage US$5M Min Premium N/A


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Corporate Travel - Gold by Solution Underwriting Agency Pty Ltd Max Coverage AUD3M Min Premium N/A
  • air travel (except as a passenger in a properly licensed aircraft)
  • alcohol or drug abuse
  • any loss which occurs when the insured is 90 years of age or over
  • intentional self-inflicted injury
  • medicare / health insurance


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Frequently Asked Questions

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What Is Travel Insurance?

Travel insurance provides coverage for the many different issues that can interrupt or impact a trip or journey, whether personal or professional. Potential hazards of travelling include:

  • cancelled or delayed flight
  • missed flight or connection
  • lost or damaged luggage
  • lost or stolen passport
  • stolen contents and valuables
  • emergency medical bills or repatriation
  • accidental death or dismemberment (AD&D)
  • emergency accommodation in the event of a disaster

Just one of these things can completely ruin a journey or vacation. The added complication of being in transit or in a foreign country can add extra layers of stress and complications that could potentially be difficult to resolve unless covered appropriately.

Who Needs Travel Insurance?

There are many different reasons why people travel. Whether it is a vacation, a business trip or for long-term exploration, travel is more than just a means of transport. However, no matter what type of trip you are taking, insurance cover is recommended. Popular types of travel include:

  • individual or group travel (all-inclusive package holidays, cruises, general tourism, student study programs or exchanges)
  • business travel (work trips, international work placements)
  • adventure travel (backpacking, adventure sports, hazardous or remote locations)

There are also many different ways to travel, all with their own associated risks, including:

  • air travel (commercial flights and private jets)
  • boat or cruise
  • trains and railways
  • road (coaches, buses or cars)

What Does Travel Insurance Cover?

When travelling, clients face risks that are not as easy to resolve as if they were back home. Some of these risks include:

  • cancelled or delayed flight
  • missed flight or connection
  • lost or damaged luggage
  • lost or stolen passport
  • stolen contents and valuables
  • emergency medical bills or repatriation
  • accidental death or dismemberment (AD&D)
  • emergency accommodation in the event of a disaster

Accident and theft are the most common cause of concern when people are travelling. Taking out appropriate insurance cover for when travelling will help prevent any expensive medical bills, cost of replacing lost or missing items, or any temporary accommodation needed during an emergency.

High profile and business clients may also wish to consider kidnap and ransom packages that cover any eventualities where an employee or family member is taken hostage.

Many people think that they only need Travel insurance when travelling abroad, however domestic travel and ‘staycations’ also require Travel insurance. Not everybody’s health insurance covers them once they leave home. Plus contents and valuables can also be stolen or go missing. These things are not necessarily included under home insurance packages and need to be included in an appropriate Travel insurance policy, even if the client is only visiting another part of the same country.

What Is Not Included In Travel Insurance?

While Travel insurance is designed to cover the many hazards that may occur on a trip or journey, there are several exclusions that may appear on most general policies:

  • pre-existing medical conditions
  • injury from extreme sports (unless specifically covered)
  • travel to ‘danger zones’

Travelling on a cruise or a low-cost budget airline may require extra cover too, so be sure that any Travel insurance required covers the client appropriately.

How Much Does Travel Insurance Cost?

Travel insurance is available widely, both direct to consumers but also via brokers for executive travel or patriates. Factors that will be considered when calculating a Travel insurance policy will include:

  • age of client(s)
  • health of client(s)
  • location of destination
  • route of travel
  • method of travel
  • value of luggage and contents
  • adventure sports or winter sports
  • business travel
  • annual or single trip

Travel insurance is generally competitively priced. While it is simple to compare prices, it is important to ensure that any specific requirements are sufficiently covered when considering general packages.