Existing Policy

If you have bought a travel insurance policy through Easy Travel Insurance you have access to a whole world of information and resources, right at your fingertips, where ever you may need them. 

To make certain amendments or changes to your existing policy, download, email or print a copy of your Certificate of Insurance and for applicable product types, extend the duration, you will first be required to register.

A system generated email with a unique link will be sent to your nominated email address when you first create a quote or purchase a policy through the website. 

The first time you log in you will be required to register.
Upon registering, a link will then be sent to your email address requiring you to nominate a password (minimum 8 characters)
This password must then be used to login for any future policy maintenance or quote continuation.
If you forget your password you will have the ability to reset the password.

View our emergency assistance page for free call numbers from anywhere in the world.

Terms, conditions and acceptance criteria apply. Cover limits apply as set out in the policy wording. This material contains general information only and may not suit your particular circumstances. Before deciding to acquire any insurance product, you should obtain and consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement to decide if a policy is right for you. Insurance issued by QBE Insurance (Australia) Ltd ABN 78 003 191 035 AFS Licence 239545. eReliance Pty Ltd trading as Easy Travel Insurance, ABN 48 147 939 277 is an Authorised Distributor 0012131 of QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited *Qantas Frequent Flyer members can earn 1 Qantas Frequent Flyer point per $2 spent on eligible QBE Travel insurance products. (Terms and conditions apply)

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