Flights between Sydney and Melbourne are still limited to a handful a day with some return fares above $1000, but that's about to change.
Following hot on the heels of a travel offer from the Italian island of Sicily, Japan is mulling over a plan which would offer subsidised flights to tourists.
Queensland tourism operators face ruin if they’re unable to target southern Australians for winter holidays due to borders remaining closed.
Europeans soaked up the sun where they could, taking advantage of the first holiday weekend since coronavirus restrictions were eased, while governments grappled with how and when to safely let in foreign travellers to salvage the vital summer tourist season.
Fiji Airways' decision to let go nearly 800 staff due to the Covid-19 pandemic highlights the importance of establishing a Pacific "travel bubble" as soon as possible, an aviation expert says.
New hospitality rules designed to prevent the spread of Covid-19 will make lounges a different experience for travellers.
The ski season will start later and visitors are likely to encounter long queues for ski lifts at NSW snow resorts.
Sydney Airport boss Geoff Culbert says opening state borders in time for the July school holidays offers the only chance for many tourism operators to survive.
Victoria's tourism sector is set to lose $10.5 billion for the first half of this year.
Motel and motor-inn style accommodation is well placed to benefit from the anticipated increase in Australians taking self-drive holidays.
Currently, foreign passengers may only transit through Singapore if they are on repatriation flights arranged by their governments.
Author Neil Gaiman has been vilified for flying home from New Zealand to Scotland.