Shifting Travel Trends In Australia

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AS the world takes to the air again, there must be a great sense of eagerness to resume disrupted holiday plans and business trips.

But, circumstances have certainly changed since the pandemic.

How has demand for travel been affected by the disruptions caused by COVID-19?

Popular holiday destinations are busy. And Australia, a favourite spot for tourists from Singapore, is enjoying a healthy wave of tourists.

Brent Anderson of Tourism Australia talks about the post-pandemic travel frenzy that is taking place Down Under.

He notices 3 waves of tourism: Reconnecting with family and friends; holidays; and romance.

Self-driving holidays are on the rise and people are spending more time on holiday.

He recommends that anyone planning a self-driving trip should rent their car soon.

Watch the video below.

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