The Queensland government is considering opening up the state faster, but community transmission of the coronavirus in Victoria is a concern, says Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
Her comments come as the state recorded no new cases of the coronavirus in the past 24 hours, a day after the state reported its first transmission in more than a week.
Ms Palaszczuk confirmed an announcement about the opening of the Queensland border would be made on Tuesday after consideration of advice from the state's chief health officer.
While consideration is being given to opening up Queensland faster, the spike in COVID-19 cases in Victoria is the "number one area of concern", she told reporters on Saturday.
"We don't want a second wave and we don't want that community transmission here," Ms Palaszczuk said.
The government has come under fire for keeping the state's borders closed, with the matter being taken to court.
Ms Palaszczuk said the chief health officer would also consider the two square metre rule that came out of national cabinet on Friday.
A total of 1067 cases have now been recorded in Queensland, with six people having died from the virus.
There are currently two active cases of COVID-19 in Queensland, according to health department statistics.
The case reported on Friday was a traveller returning from overseas.
Police Minister Mark Ryan on Friday announced extra quarantine compliance checks as travellers hit the road for the school holidays.
Backpackers and travellers in the Wide Bay region will be targeted - after a fruit picker tested positive on June 6 - as well as pubs and clubs across the state.
Mr Ryan said police had recently found a number of people not complying with the quarantine orders.
"Don't think we're not watching you," he warned.
"You're not just risking a fine, you are also risking the healthcare of your fellow Queenslanders and you're risking all the hard work that Queenslanders have done to date in containing the coronavirus."