Now that the world and Australia are recovering from the spread of coronavirus and COVID-19, a slow return to normalcy is on the horizon. Many are especially excited for the start of regional travel throughout our great country on June 1st.
Last year, domestic tourism in our nation hit an all-time high, and it has been growing by leaps and bounds for decades. Australians are more mobile than ever, and after months of isolation, we are ready to get back out there.
Safe travelling is at the forefront of everyone's minds at this time. Whether you need to take a business trip, wish to visit some of your relatives, or want to do some hiking and camping in the Outback, you want to make sure that you stay safe and healthy all the while. Carrying first aid kits can help, but knowing how to travel safely in this day and age is much more than that.
Read on to learn about how to be safe when traveling regionally in Australia in the coming months. When you know how to protect yourself, you can enjoy yourself much more and keep others around you safe, too.