Tasmania reopens to the world after being shut for nearly two years
Tassie are throwing open their border to COVID-19 hotspots just in time for the holiday season and to nab the 5th Ashes game.
Tasmania reveals reopening date to Australia’s mainland
The Apple Isle is getting ready to throw open its borders, which is sure to have mainlanders throwing their hands up in the air and yelling ‘yahoo!’
Tasmania won’t reopen until vax rates hit 90pc, says Premier
Australia’s island state is certainly giving WA a run for its money in terms its hermit kingdom-ness.
Road & Rail
Tasmania’s hire care shortage prompts new government incentive
Were your clients preparing to explore Tasmania on foot or by horseback due to the state’s current hire car shortage? Well, hopefully this new incentive means they won’t have to.
Tasmania to accelerate border reopening to Victorians
by Huntley Mitchell
So long as “The Garden State” manages to keep a lid on COVID-19, Tasmania is going to get its border reopening show on the road.
Tasmania plans to reopen to NSW from early November
by Christian Fleetwood
Have your NSW clients been yearning for a quarantine-free trip to Tasmania? Well, they can consider this an early Christmas present from Premier Gutwein.
Destination Wrap: Singapore to reopen to Aussies, NT’s summer campaign + MORE
This week’s Destination Wrap has some fab news for those keen to (eventually) get out of Australia, and for those who are quite happy to journey within it.
Tasmania to ease border restrictions with “low-risk COVID states”
The announcement of Tasmania’s new basketball team name (not that many people cared) has been quickly overshadowed by Premier Gutwein’s big border news.
Destination Wrap: SA’s $20m boost for regional tourism, Parrtjima launches first-ever virtual tour + MORE
To enhance the positive vibes of this week’s Destination Wrap, we highly recommend showering yourself in glitter or even letting off a few party poppers.
Tasmanian border to stay shut until December, with locals incentivised to travel
by Christian Fleetwood
As the coronavirus continues to affect parts of mainland Australia, Tasmania’s Premier has announced the state will be taking no chances.
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