Rules for Bringing Medicines into Australia
Travelers entering Australia may carry their medicines and medical devices with them for their own personal use or the use by an immediate family member who is traveling with them, such as an infant.
All medicines for personal use must be declared with the Australia Border Police upon entry.
Follow these simple rules to make sure you don't get caught up at the border:
Therapeutic Goods Administration: https://www.tga.gov.au/entering-australia
Australia Border Police: https://www.abf.gov.au/entering-and-leaving-australia/can-you-bring-it-in/categories/medicines-and-substances
US Centers for Disease Control (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/features/travel-medicine/index.html
Kauai, Hawaii - Reservations and Daily Access Limits in Place for Haena State Park
Hāʻena State Park: Hāʻena State Park, at the end of the road on Kauai's north shore and home to Kēʻē Beach as well as the trailhead for the Kalalau Trail and Hanakāpīʻai beach and waterfalls, is now subject to daily visitor limits and requires advanced reservations to enter the park.
To enter Hāʻena State Park you will need one of the following:
Hāʻena SP reservations are available for purchase up to two weeks in advance.