His partner, Jordan, and son, Levi, will join him in Queensland.
“[I am] really looking forward to getting our two weeks done in quarantine,” Ablett said. “Then joining the boys and hopefully being able to get out there and play some really good football to ultimately having a crack at winning that premiership.”
Ablett has been training with former teammate Andrew Mackie since leaving the WA hub.
“Obviously it’s difficult training by yourself but Mack [Mackie] has been at 95 per cent of the sessions,” he said.
“It’s just good to have someone there who’s experienced that success and knows what needs to be done out on the football field.
“I’m feeling really good and I’ve got no doubt once I get out of that quarantine hub I’ll be ready to go.”
A host of other AFL staff, player families and figures will fly to Queensland on Tuesday with Ablett.