These are the exemptions for NSW people wanting to cross the border

A person who arrives in Queensland from NSW must self-quarantine for a period of 14 days, unless they are an "exempt person".

These are those exemption.

Our thanks to the Moree Plains Shire for this information

Exemptions for people living and working close to the border of New South Wales:

If you live in the Moree Plains and ordinarily work in Queensland, or travel to Queensland to obtain essential goods and services, then, if you enter Queensland, for the purposes of attending work or to obtain essential goods and services and do not propose to stay in Queensland for longer than reasonably necessary to attend work or obtain essential goods and services, you will be considered an exempt person.

Do you live in Queensland and;

work in NSW, or

travel outside of Queensland to obtain essential goods and services,

you will be considered an exempt person.

Essential goods and services means goods and services including, or to perform a function related to, the provision of food, healthcare, education and child care, energy, internet, waste and recycling management, finance and insurance.

Exemptions for people entering Queensland on compassionate grounds:

You will be an exempt person if you:

ordinarily reside in NSW and;

are a carer or relative of a dependant individual who is in Queensland and,

you are required to travel to Queensland to care for the dependent individual.

You will be an exempt person if you:

ordinarily reside in NSW and;

are required to travel to Queensland to reside with a carer or relative who resides in Queensland because a carer or relative is unable to care for you in your home in NSW.

You will be an exempt person if you:

are entering Queensland for essential medical treatment or to otherwise obtain essential goods and services necessary for the preservation of life;

are entering Queensland to visit a terminally ill relative or to attend a funeral;

are required to enter Queensland under orders of any Court of Australia or to give effect to orders of the Court;

usually reside in a residential facility in NSW, for example, a boarding school or college, which is closed for scheduled holidays or because of COVID-19, who needs to return to Queensland to stay with family or a carer.

Queensland police and other emergency officers will be responsible for enforcing the measures and monitoring roads.

If a person is not exempt from the quarantine requirements but still wants to enter Queensland, the enforcement officers will give them a direction that requires them to stay in a stated place, restrict their movements, restrict contact with others or other directions as deemed necessary for the 14-day period of quarantine.

If a person fails to comply with the direction/s, an emergency officer may use reasonable force to enforce the direction.

If the person does not comply with the quarantine directions, penalties can also apply: $13,345 for individuals and $66,672.50 for corporations. It is possible the enforcement officer can issue on the spot tickets for lesser amounts ($1334.50 for individuals, or $6,672.50 for corporations).

Those needing to obtain a Queensland border pass from the Queensland government can do so here: https://www.qld.gov.au/border-pass?fbclid=IwAR3JWjL1247U5XF7vo-JuiSQPjWJsJrgEsAlP87O7ZM5K9OMUHIuG6KG47w