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’.
Singapore to lift border restrictions for Victorian travellers
While Victorians still can’t enjoy quarantine-free travel yet within their own country, Singapore has shone a ray of hope for when the international border reopens.
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.
Destination Wrap: Destination Canada appoints new CEO, ‘Click for Vic’ campaign + MORE
Many consider Travel Weekly’s Destination Wrap as the next best thing to travelling, and given we can’t do much of that at the moment, this is a ‘must read’.
Destination Wrap: Join Thailand’s bite-sized webinars, WA’s $150m tourism injection + MORE
After a weekend of playing uncle at birthday parties, Travel Weekly’s reporter is bringing the sprinkles and chocolate icing vibes to this week’s fun-filled Destination Wrap (minus the sticky fingers).
Destination Wrap: SATC’s new marketing campaigns, Karels T-bar debuts at Thredbo + MORE
We’ve got so much local and international news in this week’s Destination Wrap that it’s already crashed the Travel Weekly website twice.
Aussie flights affected by Iran missile attacks, cruise lines on high alert
by Ali Coulton
Iranian missile attacks on US airbases in Iraq may cause longer flight times for Aussies travelling to Europe, as well as amended cruise itineraries.
Aviation Wrap: Airlines go pink for cancer awareness month, Boeing invests $30m in Virgin Galactic + MORE!
Looking for a legend to fly with over October? Check-in with this week’s Aviation Wrap to see who’s doing what for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
REVEALED: The 10 most popular cities for international travellers (and six are in Asia)
The world’s most popular cities for international travellers have been revealed, and TW can confirm that neither Tamworth nor Dubbo made the list.
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