As wet and wintry weather closes in, especially in the southern states of Australia, thoughts naturally turn to escaping to warmer climates.
Ordinarily, that list of summer holiday destinations would include the likes of Bali, Thailand or the Philippines. But in these less-than-ordinary times, holidaying elsewhere in Australia has become the norm.
Thankfully, with most state borders reopened - for now at least! - the opportunity for sun-seekers in Victoria, New South Wales Tasmania and South Australia has broadened dramatically.
Predicting a demand-driven rise in airfares, the federal government is subsidising hundreds of thousands of domestic flights, and Western Australian (Broome) and Queensland destinations (Gold and Sunshine Coasts, the Tropical North and the Whitsundays) are on the list... though at the time of writing Queensland was hoping to avoid another outbreak.
These half-price air tickets will be released in weekly batches from 1 April, but this is no April Fool's joke! So make sure you're all set and get yourself sorted. Here's a handy checklist for that summery break up north:
- Summer hat
- Good books
- Your phone charger
- Gorgeous new swimwear... That's where we can help!
Check out our latest release of Seapia sustainable swimwear by clicking here, all made with ECONYL® fabric which is sourced from recycled materials taken out of our oceans.
With a huge range of styles, if you're looking for bikinis, one-piece swimsuits, bikini tops or bikini bottoms, we're certain you'll find a look perfect for that beachside getaway.
Click here for more info on the destinations of the half-price airfares on offer in Australia
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