#HolidayHereThisYear

Holiday in Australia

Recently much of Australia has been impacted by bushfires and no doubt much time will need to pass until communities completely recover.  The generosity of many has shown that with tragedy comes compassion beyond words.

Many travellers around the world are unsure about the impact these bushfires may have to the places they want to visit.  We can assure you that there are many places that remain unaffected and those in recovery welcome you.  For those who call Australia home we encourage you to support the Tourism Australia campaign to #HolidayHereThisYear. By taking a holiday in Australia you can support communities and local businesses as they rebuild.

Support Affected Businesses

While traveling may not always be possible you can show support to small businesses that are located in towns affected by bushfire by supporting their online platforms.  Be sure to also check out the @spendwiththem campaign, specifically established to support fire-affected businesses or the It’s My Shout e-commerce platform that lets you buy virtual goods and services for those affected in East Gippsland. You can also support those affected by drought at #buyfromthebush, a directory of regional businesses in drought stricken areas.

There are so many great reasons to holiday in Australia.

We hope to see you all soon.

Support Affected Businesses

While traveling may not always be possible you can show support to small businesses that are located in towns affected by bushfire by supporting their online platforms.  Be sure to also check out the @spendwiththem campaign, specifically established to support fire-affected businesses or the It’s My Shout e-commerce platform that lets you buy virtual goods and services for those affected in East Gippsland. You can also support those affected by drought at #buyfromthebush, a directory of regional businesses in drought stricken areas.

There are so many great reasons to holiday in Australia.

We hope to see you all soon.

By |2020-01-23T08:47:36+06:00January 23rd, 2020|Australia, News|