Since Australia has navigated the pandemic with relatively few cases, we're more likely to be welcomed into other countries.
It's hard to know, in some ways, exactly what Australia is aiming for.
It's the oldest living culture in the entire world dating back more than 60,000 years and it's right here in Australia. Here's how you can learn and experience Aboriginal culture.
Here's a few things you don't have to worry about when you can't travel overseas.
Russell Pedley was confused. He booked two economy-class tickets on the same flight. One cost $110 more than the other - and the airline added a $50 fee when he inquired about the difference. What caused the difference?
While Brits are outraged over having to self-isolate, Australians have raised barely a word of complaint about the strongest travel restrictions we've ever faced.
They've faced backlash as the enforcers of airlines' tightening mask policies. They've worried for the health and safety of their family members, colleagues and themselves. And like many during this global health and economic crisis, their jobs are more at risk than ever.
Some of the rules and regulations introduced by countries across the planet (all in the name of science, of course) are most bizarre. Here are some of the most idiotic.
Looking forward to a summer break? Sand and sea, or maybe camping in a national park – whatever the backdrop, it's going to be different this year.
If you want the travel world to change, then you have to change.
If you want to make travel better; if you want to make the world better – now is the time.
Social distancing, herd immunity, self-isolation – COVID-19 has given us a new vocabulary.