The ACT Chief Minister plans to recover lost tourism revenue over the next three years, and to grow the sector over the next decade.
The NSW South Coast’s tourism sector has seen abnormally high demand over winter and spring as COVID-19 restrictions have continued to ease.
The iconic Canberra school excursions are resuming, after COVID-19 and travel restrictions halted Australian kids from checking out the national capital’s best sites.
Canberrans could be jet setting to Adelaide as soon as this weekend, with discussions on a possible ACT-SA travel bubble well under way.
The NSW South Coast has been inundated with Canberra tourists after the school holidays began for ACT public schools on Friday 3 July.
Three weekly return Canberra to Adelaide direct flights will start this week, while it remains unknown when the SA border will open to ACT residents.