South Australia set to open its border to Victorians
It looks like ScoMo’s plan for domestic borders to be open by Chrissy is well on track, with the crow-eaters finally letting those from the Garden State back over their side of the fence.
New report reveals the countries Aussies are most reluctant to visit now
by Huntley Mitchell
Are you finding some international destinations harder to sell than others right now? This new research might help explain why.
Queensland to reopen its border to Victorians just in time for the Chrissy break
Queenslanders would be well advised to take cover, as we imagine waves of Victorians and NSW residents will be descending on the Sunshine State in the coming weeks.
Queensland to reopen border to Greater Sydney travellers from December
Palaszczuk has extended a pre-emptive welcome to Sydneysiders who want to spend their summer in Queensland, while hinting an announcement about Victoria may come tomorrow.
Destination NSW enlists drag queens and shirtless life guards to welcome back Victorians
Sydney rolled out the welcome mat in spectacular style yesterday morning to Victorian travellers. Recap all the fun and frivolity here.
ScoMo reveals fresh candidates for expanded travel ‘bubble’, including some Chinese provinces
by Ali Coulton
With two-way trans-Tasman travel off the cards for the foreseeable future, Australia’s PM has revealed a few north Asian candidates for an expanded ‘bubble’.
Solomon Islands’ tourism board urges government to reconsider planned Facebook ban
The destination’s government ministers appear to have rocks in their heads, judging by this ridiculous plan.
Fresh research uncovers Wikipedia’s big impact on destination marketing
Simpling adding a few paragraphs and some snazzy pictures to a small destination’s Wikipedia page may generate an extra $200,000 in revenue, according to this new study.
South Africa opens its borders to international travellers
South Africa joins a long list of destinations ready to welcome Aussie travellers with open arms once the international travel ban is relaxed.
SA’s coronavirus outbreak underscores why New Zealand “has not rushed into” trans-Tasman ‘bubble’: Ardern
If there was any speck of hope left of a two-way trans-Tasman ‘bubble’ happening by Christmas, New Zealand’s Prime Minister has practically eradicated it.
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