The Australian government vows to open coronavirus travel bubbles with key countries in the coming year.
It is quite likely that international travel amidst COVID-safe Asian countries will return in the next half of 2021. Like it is revealed by a top Australian Trade & Tourism minister, Simon Birmingham.
Singapore, Japan, and Fiji are the first countries to start welcoming Australian travellers. These three are presently readying their coronavirus tourism plans.
Other countries likely to follow suit are Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan, South Korea, Thailand, and India. Timelines for these countries are being worked out.
Decisions to travel bubbles will come down to accessibility and coronavirus case numbers. The Australian federal government will prioritise the Asia Pacific due to close proximity of the region.