A campaign to kickstart NSW tourism launches today as the state government makes a play for the $16 billion the state’s residents normally spend travelling overseas.
As other countries angle to be part of the quarantine-free travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has other ideas.
Tourism operators are planning a mass protest if the Premier doesn’t open the Queensland border to visitors by July.
It sounds almost too good to be true. But under a bold $18 billion plan, Japan will start paying for tourists to come back to the country.
The cost of flights has skyrocketed because of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Coast business leaders and traders are furious with the Premier’s announcement the border may not open until September.