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Tag: tourism

Limited trans-Tasman travel bubble to start soon

The beginning of a trans-Tasman travel bubble announced today is being touted as “an important first step in reigniting international travel and Australia’s tourism economy”.

Tulip Top digital series goes live

What started with a simple question to their Facebook followers has ended with a digital season pass to Tulip Top Gardens this spring.

Potential ACT-SA travel bubble could open this week

Canberrans could be jet setting to Adelaide as soon as this weekend, with discussions on a possible ACT-SA travel bubble well under way.

Tulip Top Gardens prepares to go digital

Tulip Top Gardens won’t let COVID-19 restrictions stop them from delivering their popular tulip garden experience to the public – even if it means revamping its entire business model.

NSW South Coast swamped with mid-winter Canberra tourists

The NSW South Coast has been inundated with Canberra tourists after the school holidays began for ACT public schools on Friday 3 July.

War Memorial welcomes back visitors

The Australian War Memorial welcomed backed visitors this week, for the first time since pandemic restrictions forced its closure on 23 March.

Canberra to Adelaide direct flights launch this week

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.

Canberra Airport pleads ‘open the state borders’

Canberra Airport is pleading with state governments to open their borders, following Qantas today, 25 June, detailing further cuts to the aviation industry.

Strong demand for tickets as War Memorial reopens

Tickets are now available to visit the Australian War Memorial as it reopens next month, after COVID-19 restrictions forced its closure on 24 March.

Tourism recovery takes off with Ballina Byron flights

Canberra Airport has today announced the commencement of direct flights between Canberra and Northern NSW, in partnership with the Ballina Byron Gateway Airport and regional airline, Fly Pelican.

Snowy Monaro region ready for visitors

The Snowy Monaro Regional Council is looking forward to welcoming visitors back to the region after a challenging start to the year due to bushfires, COVID-19 and ongoing drought.

NSW towns ready to welcome visitors

NSW wants you back! With travel restrictions easing in NSW from today, 1 June, the State’s smaller towns and cities are looking to tourists to help boost their economies and...