World-class destinations, no passport necessary

Michael Turtle
By Michael Turtle
Updated March 18 2021 - 1:30am, first published September 8 2020 - 3:00am
Staying in huts during a six-day trek of Tasmania's Cradle Mountain is a similar experience to walking Europe's Mont Blanc. Pictures: Shutterstock

Since I wrote last week about the need to have a more consistent approach to reopening our state borders, there has been some progress and the tourism industry is more hopeful that domestic travel will improve as we head into spring. But it's clear that any major changes to the rules around international travel are a long way off.

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Michael Turtle

Michael Turtle

Travel writer

Michael Turtle is an Australian journalist who left his job in television to travel the world forever. He'll show you how to find the lesser-known places, get involved in the culture, learn the history, and meet locals along the way.

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