Our sympathies go out to the communities, families and businesses impacted by the current Australia bushfires. We are extremely grateful for the tremendous work of the frontline services, tackling the fires head-on. While the fires have impacted several locations, most destinations in Australia remain safe and continue to welcome visitors.
We are dedicated to the safety of all our clients and are closely monitoring the situation by working with our local suppliers for updates and re-routing any affected sections of tours. If you are concerned about a specific booking please do not hesitate to contact us. We strongly recommend all travellers to Australia see the latest updates prior to travel and have provided some useful links below.
The tourism industry plays a very important part of the recovery following a disaster. One of the beauties of the Australian environment is that it quickly regenerates and it will soon be showing signs of regrowth. This does not take away the devastating situation but it does give hope to the residents and business owners in the affected areas. It’s more important than ever that we rally around our communities and the tourism sector who may have been impacted. We ask our agents to support the Australian tourism sector by encouraging clients to keep visiting. Tourism Australia has created a resource that highlights tourism areas that have been affected by bush fires to help you plan any upcoming travel within Australia. There are vast regions of the country that remain unaffected by the bush fires and continue to offer guests incredible tourism experiences. Please visit www.australia.com for more information.
Weather updates for all parts of Australia – www.bom.gov.au
Bushfire updates are provided per state – www.australia.com
New South Wales – www.rfs.nsw.gov.au
Victoria – www.cfa.vic.gov.au
Tasmania – www.fire.tas.gov.au
Australian Capital Territory – www.esa.act.gov.au
Northern Territory – www.pfes.nt.gov.au
Queensland – www.ruralfire.qld.gov.au
South Australia – www.cfs.org.au
Western Australia – www.emergency.wa.gov.au