Matthew Oaken and Krista Avery were placed under house arrest after trying to leave Myanmar on a relief flight in March.
Two Australians detained in Myanmar late last month have been released and allowed to leave the Southeast Asian country without charge.
In a statement on Monday, a spokesman for the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade welcomed the couple’s release, saying Australian authorities had provided “consular assistance” to the couple during their detention and release.
Matthew Oken and Krista Avery left Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city, on Sunday, the statement said.
The pair – who ran a random consulting business in Myanmar – were placed under house arrest after trying to leave the country on a relief flight in March.
Myanmar is in turmoil after the country’s elected government was ousted by Aung San Suu Kyi on February 1.
“I am definitely relieved and incredibly relieved to be home with my husband, Matt,” Avery said in a statement.
“Even though I knew I had done nothing wrong, it was extremely stressful to be under house arrest for two weeks.”
A third Australian, economist Shan Turnell, is an adviser to Aung San Suu Kyi, who was arrested a week after the coup.
The economist and university professor was the first foreign national to be arrested after the military seized power.
The Myanmar army is investigating him on charges of immigration and state secrets.
Avery said he hoped Turnell could very little “be housebound for his physical, mental and emotional well-being”.
More than 2,500 people have been detained since the coup, according to the Association for Political Prisoners, an association of political prisoners with the help of the Monitoring Group.
Canberra has suspended military cooperation with Nappido and advised its citizens to leave the country if it is safe to do so.