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South Australia changes border restrictions for travellers from NSW

by Huntley Mitchell

Finding it hard to follow of all the constantly-changing domestic border restrictions? Travel Weekly has done some of the deciphering for you here.

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Australia updates travel warning for the US following Capitol Hill riots

by Ali Coulton

It comes as travel companies scramble to disassociate themselves from those involved in the riots and the Trump administration in general. Even the city of New York has jumped on the bandwagon.

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No more F**king: Austrian destination changes its hilariously unfortunate name

In unfortunate news for sign thieves across Europe, the Austrian town of Fucking has recently undergone a name change.

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Perth theme park and ice skating arena evacuated due to bushfire

Adventure World and the Cockburn Ice Arena were forced to close yesterday afternoon as a bushfire came dangerously close to both properties.

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ACT eases border restrictions for some parts of NSW

It hasn’t entirely pulled its NSW border wall down, but the ACT has at least made a start.

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Five reasons why Fiji is the perfect place for Aussies to visit once international travel resumes

by Sponsored by Tourism Fiji

Fiji was a hugely popular destination for Aussie travellers prior to the pandemic, and it has been patiently preparing for their inevitable return, when the time is right.

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Glorious new lamb ad pokes fun at domestic border ‘walls’ and ScoMo’s infamous Hawaiian holiday

For an enhanced viewing experience, Travel Weekly highly recommends watching this brilliant new ad while chowing down on a couple of lamb cutlets … unless you’re a herbivore, of course.

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Victoria introduces ‘traffic light’ permit system for domestic travel

Dan Andrews has reportedly been playing Duke Dumont’s “Red Light Green Light” on repeat in his office in celebration of this news.

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Child falls off cliff in horrific end to family holiday in Tasmania

Tasmania Police said the child died after falling approximately 10 metres down a cliff at Sand River conservation area in Buckland.

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Northern Territory revokes ‘hotspot’ status for Greater Brisbane, with Queensland to end lockdown

Greater Brisbanites with trips booked to the Top End and the Red Centre have had their prayers answered, as the Queensland government gets ready to end its three-day snap lockdown.

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Northern Beaches COVID-19 outbreak prompts states and territories to tighten border restrictions

A COVID-19 outbreak on Sydney’s Northern Beaches that is quickly getting out of control has kicked states and territories into action to prevent the virus from spreading outside NSW.

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Famous Blue Mountains ‘Penis Cairn’ transformed into “a pair of ridiculously round boobies”

In case you’ve been keeping track, yes, we can confirm this is the second time in a month that we have run a phallic image to accompany our lead story, which we think encapsulates 2020 quite well.

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