Australia opens borders for first time in two years

Australia has rolled out a red-carpet welcome to British travellers as the country reopens its borders for the first time in nearly two years.


Australians and some others were allowed to return from late last year, but most foreigners have had to wait.


There were tearful reunions at Sydney Airport earlier on Monday as hundreds of people began arriving on flights.


Minister for trade, tourism and investment, Dan Tehan, joined Tourism Australia managing director, Phillipa Harrison, at Sydney International Airport to greet tourists.


Travellers who arriving at Sydney International Airport this morning were welcomed with live entertainment, Aussie themed gifts and a giant 75-metre ‘Welcome Back World!’ message which was painted adjacent to one of the runways.



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Author: Deb Davad

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