More than two dozen New Zealanders have entered Perth even though the Western Australian border is tightly closed.
The 25 tourists are currently in hotel quarantine.
One of the 25 children is a child.
Prime Minister Mark McGowan reportedly said it was an area where the federal government should provide more support.
“We would prefer better management of this arrangement, but this is something that is happening beyond our control,” he said, according to A B C.
“We need further assistance from the Commonwealth, in particular, on ensuring that … we get the right statements and the right advice about the people who come, so that we can deal with this situation.”
A Federal Government spokesman said: “Upon arrival in Australia from New Zealand, passengers are advised to check other state entry requirements which include requiring hotel quarantine if they are traveling to WA.
“This is the exact same arrangement if a traveler from any Australian state goes to WA they will be asked to do a hotel quarantine.
“The travel bubble worked exactly as outlined at several expert medical panel meetings over the past two weeks in which the CHO from WA was present.
“As per the Sept. 18 National Cabinet decision, airlines must provide passenger records to state authorities if requested for contact tracing.”
It came after dozens of New Zealanders flew from Sydney to Melbourne after arriving via a one-way travel bubble.
Friday marked the start of arrangements for a quarantine-free travel bubble.
Only New South Wales and the Northern Territory accept tourists.
About 230 New Zealanders arrived on the first flight on Friday morning.
Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews clashed with Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge over who was to blame for Kiwis entering the state.
Andrews insists he doesn’t want to be part of the travel bubble on Sunday.
The main concern is not being able to trace New Zealanders if they catch COVID-19 and pass it through the community.
“We have found 23 … we are still working to find a balance,” he told reporters on Sunday.
“We’ve been given a list, 12 hours after they arrived. We called them, one of them in Byron Bay. “
Fifty-five Kiwis are believed to have entered the state.
Tudge, meanwhile, confirmed that Victoria’s Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton attended a meeting where authorization was given to individuals arriving in Sydney from New Zealand to then travel to Victoria.
Sutton denied the case and instead said he was at a press conference with Andrews.
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