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Tasmania and ACT ease border restrictions

by Huntley Mitchell

Domestic border restrictions are now officially changing more often than the underwear of Travel Weekly’s editor.

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NSW unveils its grand plan to kickstart visitor economy

Stuart Ayres has pulled back the red velvet curtains on what we imagine was a fat binder containing the secret ingredients to saving the state’s tourism industry.

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Victoria downgrades ‘red zones’ for Queensland and parts of Sydney, as other states make border moves

by Huntley Mitchell

The colour of Victoria’s ‘traffic lights’ have changed for certain travellers. However, that’s not an invite for them to drag race their way into the state.

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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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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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Wholesalers

Insight Vacations kicks off first Australian tour

Not only is it the luxe wholesaler’s first Aussie jaunt, but also its first trip since the global COVID-19 pandemic began in March last year.

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Destinations

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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Tourism

Cover-More introduces new COVID-19 insurance benefits for domestic and trans-Tasman travellers

The insurance company has wasted no time updating its trans-Tasman travel policies following Jacinda Ardern’s big ‘bubble’ announcement.

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Destinations

Woman falls to her death at the Grampians, prompting urgent ‘selfie’ warning

A woman has tragically fallen to her death in the Grampians after climbing over a safety barrier at one of the region’s popular lookouts.

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Wholesalers

Bunnik Tours kicks off first domestic trip

The company’s first Aussie tour got underway earlier this month, and it appears there was no shortage of cheese for the 13 eager travellers.

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The two types of experiences Tourism Australia is banking on to drive the travel rebound

by Sponsored by Tourism Australia

The organisation plans to have a greater focus on two key areas that are in line with changing consumer behaviours and future traveller desires. Find out what they are here.

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Aviation

New South African airline launches, as country’s national carrier tanks

While airlines around the world are crippled by the ongoing effects of the global pandemic, this new kid on the block reckons it’s the perfect time for ‘Lift-off’.

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