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Whether you are planning the trip of a lifetime or visiting relatives, CGU Travel Insurance can help take the stress out of unforeseen events that might pop up on your travel itinerary.
On this page, there is a limited summary of this insurance policy. Please read the PDS for details of limits, exclusions, underwriting criteria and terms and conditions before deciding which cover is right for you.
There are four levels of cover for you to choose from depending on your needs and budget. You choose the level of cover to suit your personal circumstances and the countries you are visiting.
Platinum: Comprehensive cover
Premium: An intermediate, mid-level cover
Essentials: Covering the basics
Annual Multi-Trip: Platinum level cover for multiple international trips within 12 months
When you’re travelling within Australia, you’ll enjoy your trip more knowing you have cover - with a choice of a Domestic Plan or a Cancellation Only policy.
Ski or Snowboard holidays - If you plan to hit the slopes on your next adventure optional Ski and Winter Sports cover is available.
Cruise holidays - If the high seas (or rivers) are calling, CGU has optional cruise cover available for your grand voyage.
Before you decide on the cover, read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Target Market Determinations (TMD). In the PDS you'll learn everything you need to know about what's covered and what's not. Conditions apply to all cover types. Please see the PDS and TMD for full terms and conditions.
More information on pregnancy, pre-existing conditions, cancelled flights and what activities and personal items are (and are not) covered under CGU Travel Insurance can be found in the PDS.
Maitland Mutual Limited trading as The Mutual Bank ABN 94 087 651 983 acts under its own AFSL/Australian credit licence 238139 and under an agreement with the issuer Insurance Australia Limited trading as CGU Insurance ABN 11 000 016 722, AFSL 227681. Any advice provided is general advice only and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs (“your personal circumstances”). Before using this advice to decide whether to purchase a product, you should consider your personal circumstances and the relevant the Product Disclosure Statement and Target Market Determinations from here.
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