Benefits of Travelling With Tick

  • Unlimited overseas medical expenses
  • All pre-existing medical conditions considered
  • 90 sports and activities automatically covered
  • Up to $20,000 cover for cancellation
  • FREE cover for kids travelling with mum or dad

Why Travel With Tick Travel Insurance?

  • Choose from 4 levels of cover
  • Cheap quotes and a range of great benefits 
  • Travel Insurance from $19*
  • 24 hour emergency assistance
  • 14 day cooling off period after purchase

Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Can I Travel & Remain Covered?

Tick Insurance provides you cover for a single return holiday or journey beginning in Australia and ending in your home address in Australia. 

The maximum trip length depends on the level of cover you select, your age at the date of application and your travel destination. 

Please check our PDS or get a quote online to know if your trip can be covered. 

For any one way trips, the cover ends under all sections 24 hours after you leave immigration control in the final country you go to or at the end of the period shown on your policy schedule, whichever is earlier. For full details, please refer to page 50 Definition of Trip.

What Pre-Existing Medical Conditions Do You Cover?

At Tick, we consider all pre – existing condition via a medical questionnaire that you can easily complete online. 

We do not require any medical certificates or forms from your doctor. 

To find out if your pre – existing condition is covered please follow the quote process online or contact us.

How Do I Start A Claim?

You must register any claim within 30 days of returning back to Australia. 

You can either lodge a claim online or download a claim form from the Important Claims Information page here and post it in along with all your supporting documents. 

For more details you can also refer our PDS page 7 – How to make a claim section.

What Is The Excess On The Policy?

The standard excess on Tick Insurance policies is $200 per person, per event. If you wish to remove the excess, we can offer you the excess waiver for an additional premium. 

If an excess applies to a claim it means that you need to pay the stated amount towards the claim. For example, if you have a covered claim for $500 and an excess of $200 applies to the cover you are claiming under, you will only receive $300 in settlement of the claim. 

Excesses only apply to certain sections of the Tick Travel Insurance policies, as set out in the relevant Policy Wording’s Table of Benefits.

*Price derived from a single trip of 5 days, Individual, age 30, to New Zealand, Pacific & Bali region. Cover for pre-existing medical may require an extra premium.