An extended ceasefire in the African nation ends on April 30, but DFAT said on Friday it will be unable to guarantee any flights to safety after today.
“Australia is working closely with partners to facilitate the departure of Australians from Sudan,” DFAT said in a statement.
“You can access several flights operated by partner countries from Wadi Sayyidna airfield, north of Khartoum today (28 April).
“Further flights cannot be guaranteed.
“Departure is also currently possible by road to Port Sudan and then by ferry to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
“The security situation remains highly volatile. Overland travel remains dangerous including to border areas.”
Watts said it was a “dangerous and volatile” situation in Sudan at the moment.
“Our message to any Australians leaving the country is clear, this ceasefire is your opportunity.
“If it is safe for you to get to the Wadi Sayyidna airport, leave now…
“There are plenty of seats for Australians leaving from that airfield and you will be met with Australian consular officials to help assist you with your journey on to Australia.”
He said DFAT officials had been working “around the clock” to secure seats on flights operated by partner countries exiting Sudan.
“We are also securing seats on road convoys leaving the country.”