Tourism operators in the Moreton Bay Region are perfectly poised to welcome visitors from New Zealand when the trans-Tasman travel bubble starts on April 19. From the sandy beaches of Bribie Island to lush hinterland townships and out to Redcliffe and the pristine waters of Moreton Bay, they are ready.
Excitement is building among tourism and accommodation operators, following news this week of a travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand. It will mean travellers won’t need to quarantine on arrival or upon their return.
With more than 20,000 New-Zealand-born residents calling the Moreton Bay Region home, many of our friends across the ditch already know what’s on offer in this part of the world.
Local businesses are hoping they will come to visit family and friends and explore the region while they’re here.
Mayor Peter Flannery says the Moreton Bay Region is a home away from home for New Zealanders.
“With so many Kiwis already calling this region home, it makes perfect sense for their friends and family to jump on a jet and say hello for a week or weekend,” Mayor Flannery says.
With the trans-Tasman travel bubble starting from April 19, there’s no better time to book your flight, lock in your accommodation and come on over for a stay in the Moreton Bay Region to remember.
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