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BlazeAid – helping communities rebuild after natural disasters

Facebook link from BlazeAid Please Share widely esp to friends and family in England, America, France, Italy and New Zealand. There are now many groups ( eg Denmark and UK [...] read more...

Coronavirus named ‘biggest tourism crisis’ the Gold Coast has faced

Coronavirus is “the biggest crisis that [the] Gold Coast tourism sector has faced in its history” according a peak tourism body, with estimates the epidemic has already cost the glitter [...] read more...

Backpackers, bushfires and Blazeaid

Backpackers will be granted ­special visa benefits to help rebuild homes, fences and farms in bushfire-ravaged communities under an overhaul of the working holidaymaker program aimed at fast-tracking reconstruction and [...] read more...

Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants NOW OPEN

Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants On 11 February 2020, the Government announced the Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants program, a $10 million grants program which has been drawn from the [...] read more...

February 25th, 2020 No Comments

Travel ban extended to protect Australians from the coronavirus

Ongoing fears about the COVID-19 coronavirus have led the Federal Government to extend its ban on travellers from mainland China to Australia until 29th February. So what does it mean [...] read more...

New rules for backpackers helping with bushfire recovery

Foreign backpackers and others on working holiday visas will be able to help bushfire- affected communities get back on their feet following changes announced last week by the Morrison Government. [...] read more...

Journalist falls for Australian drop bear prank while covering Kangaroo Island bushfires

When a Scottish journalist was asked if she wanted to hold an elusive Australian “drop bear” during the Kangaroo Island bushfire crisis, she jumped at the chance — falling for [...] read more...

January 21st, 2020 No Comments

Bushfire tourism flagged by SA Environment Minister following Kangaroo Island crisis

Like other fire-ravaged parts of Australia, Kangaroo Island is still coming to terms with the scale of the devastation, but one MP says the problem could be part of the [...] read more...

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