British town gets influx of hilarious fake reviews after politician breaks lockdown for a visit
Barnard Castle’s TripAdvisor page has been inundated with fake reviews poking fun at a British political advisor who seemingly broke lockdown laws.
South Australia’s pubs and cinemas to seat 80 people from June, as WA plans eased regional travel restrictions
by Christian Fleetwood
The moves from each state come as Jacinda Ardern weighs in on the Australian state border row, which she said would need to be sorted out before the trans-Tasman bubble gets the green light.
Destination Wrap: Queensland’s $50m tourism boost, Spain and Greece to welcome back international travellers + MORE
There are plenty of good signs for the tourism industry judging by this week’s Destination Wrap. Here’s Travel Weekly’s roundup of what’s been happening domestically and internationally.
Northern Territory launches intrastate tourism campaign, Victoria allows camping trips
With all the recent bickering that’s been going on between some of the states, here’s some refreshing news from two Aussie jurisdictions, minus any snarky remarks from their respective premiers.
REVEALED: The top destinations on Aussie travellers’ wish lists
This new research proves that, despite the lockdowns and restrictions, Aussies are still dreaming about travel possibilities.
Show your love for South Africa with these amazing Zoom backgrounds
You might not be able to hit the trails of Kruger National Park just yet, but you can still take the spirit of safari with you on Zoom.
“Wish you were here”: American artists get creative in time of coronavirus
In Seattle and Texas, art has flourished throughout isolation, with creative messages of hope and inspiration popping up in some of the most unexpected of places.
Iceland to ease international tourist restrictions by 15 June
International tourists could be given the option of being tested for COVID-19 upon arrival to Iceland or a two-week quarantine.
“Christmas has come early”: NSW to remove travel restrictions on 1 June
In a stroke of good fortune for regional NSW tourism businesses hit by the dual crises of the bushfires and COVID-19 comes this news.
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