Australia’s state borders are finally set to open after months of uncertainty in the face of the coronavirus crisis, prompting millions of Aussies to plan a much-needed domestic break.
While tourist bodies are predicting an influx of holidaymakers, an enormous contributor to the economy is still locked out in the form of international travellers.
To recoup some of the money that was lost in the pandemic and entice new customers, businesses are slashing prices and throwing in fun incentives.
From dirt cheap flights to free meals for kids and state-of-the-art new facilities, Daily Mail Australia takes a look at some of the most sought after holiday destinations offering big discounts this summer.
Australia’s state borders are finally set to open after months of uncertainty in the face of the coronavirus crisis (pictured, Daydream Island in the Whitsundays, Queensland)
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