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  • What is a pre-existing medical condition?

    A pre-existing medical condition is: pregnancy a medical condition where you are aware of the symptoms, or a related complication you know about a medical or dental condition where you have received,

  • Is my newborn covered?

    Unfortunately not.  If at any stage you are eligible for emergency childbirth coverage, this is for the costs related to your birth and post-birth medical care. It won't cover your baby's medical cost

  • Is gestational hypertension in pregnancy covered?

    No. None of our policy levels will cover expectant mums for gestational hypertension claims, however with the addition of a Pregnancy Pack, you're eligible to claim. Gestational hypertension can be

  • Is gestational diabetes in pregnancy covered?

    Our standard policy levels won't cover claims due to gestational diabetes. However, with the addition of our Pregnancy Add-on, expectant mums are eligible to claim. Gestational diabetes is the third

  • Can I add cover for pregnancy?

    Yes. Get extra cover while you are travelling with a bump on board, with our Pregnancy Pack. If you are more than 26 weeks but less than 33 weeks pregnant with a single child or more than 19 weeks

  • Is a Molar Pregnancy or Gestational Trophoblastic Disease (GTD) covered?

    If you need medical care overseas due to a molar pregnancy or gestational trophoblastic disease, you are not covered under our standard policies. However with the addition of a Pregnancy Pack, you're

  • What does the Pregnancy Pack Cover?

    Here's what the Pregnancy Pack covers: If you are more than 26 weeks but less than 33 weeks pregnant with a single child or more than 19 weeks but less than 23 weeks pregnant with twins when an

  • Am I covered for pregnancy if I do not take out the Pregnancy Pack?

    Yes, Pregnancy is viewed as a pre-existing medical condition and many benefits are available to expectant mothers. See here for details. Your due date plays an important role in whether you can get co

  • Is an ectopic pregnancy covered?

    An ectopic pregnancy is a rare, but serious condition. None of our policy levels will cover expectant mums for ectopic pregnancy claims, however with the addition of a Pregnancy Pack, you're eligible

  • Is pre-eclampsia in pregnancy covered?

    No. Unless a Pregnancy Add-on is added to you policy, overseas medical care due to pre-eclampsia is not covered by any of our standard policies. RANZOG describes Pre-eclampsia as a serious condition

  • Am I covered for pregnancy in Australia?

    Unfortunately not. Any medical emergency claims, or cancellation claims, made due or in relation to your pregnancy if travelling in Australia, will not be covered.  Standard and Pregnancy Pack cover f

  • I'm pregnant with twins, can I get travel insurance?

    Yes. Get extra cover while you are travelling whilst pregnant with twins with our Pregnancy Pack. If you are more than 26 weeks but less than 33 weeks pregnant with a single child or more than 19 week

  • Am I covered while pregnant?

    Traveling with a little extra luggage? Congratulations on your baby news! If you’re heading off on a babymoon, or for any other reason while pregnant, you’re definitely covered for most items listed i

  • Can I claim cancellations if I become pregnant?

    Yes, if your policy level covers you for cancellations - that would be under a Basic, Comprehensive or Domestic policy (and not a Saver policy) then you can claim cancellation costs if you: Will be mo

  • Am I covered for fertility treatment?

    Unfortunately not. Fertility treatment at any time, including any resulting pregnancy, is not covered by our emergency medical benefits, nor under our Pregnancy Pack. 

  • I'm pregnant with triplets. Am I covered?

    Unfortunately not. Any medical emergency claims, or cancellation claims, made due or in relation to your pregnancy with triplets, will not be paid.  Standard and Pregnancy Pack cover for expecting mum

  • Is childbirth covered?

    Yes, but only under our Pregnancy Pack, can emergency childbirth be covered. Cover includes the costs related to your birth and post‑birth medical care but does not extend to your newborn. Learn more

  • Can I add extra cover for sports, diving, snow, hiking, and other activities?

    Absolutely. We offer 10 add-on cover options for specific activities, belongings and equipment.  See more information on our 10 optional extras, known as Packs here, or jump straight to the links belo

  • How do I buy a policy?

    We're an online company and have created an online purchase path that takes you from quote to policy in a few quick steps. To get started, visit our quote builder here. Create your quote by entering y

  • Is diabetes covered?

    Both type I and type II diabetes are covered provided that You have not been hospitalised for diabetes in the last 2 years You're under 50 years when buying your policy You're not suffering

  • Is my medical condition covered?

    We cover many pre-existing medical conditions. You can see the full list here and below. Conditions do apply, so please read the PDS carefully for full details. We will cover you automatically for a