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Tasmania welcomes back Australian travellers

Tasmania has eased border restrictions, allowing residents from Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory to travel to the state.

The Tasmanian Government continues to monitor the situation in New South Wales, with the hope that border restrictions may ease early November.

Tourism Tasmania CEO, John Fitzgerald, says “Tasmania is excited to welcome back visitors and provide them with a much needed holiday. Tasmania has bucket loads of character that no other destination in Australia offers.”

“Tasmanians are creative bunch so it’s fantastic to see new and unique experiences being developed during 2020 for visitors to now come and enjoy. Our passionate tourism industry are ready to greet visitors safely, but with our customary warm Tassie welcome.”

Visitors to Tasmania are encouraged to register upon arrival and practice COVID-safe behaviours at all times, including being aware of and following the current restrictions. Pre-planning and booking ahead for travel and hospitality experiences is highly recommended for a seamless travel experience.

All visitors need to register prior to entry, all the information you need to know on travel to Tasmania is here: www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/travellers-and-visitors/coming-to-tasmania

For more visit www.discovertasmania.com.au  

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