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Like all Australians, our past guests, friends and colleagues around the globe, our hearts go out to the families and communities who are impacted by the bushfires. Our gratitude for the front line services facing the fires head on cannot be expressed deeply enough. 
Right now, the emergency response to the bushfires and the safety of communities and visitors in affected areas continues to be the number one priority. We encourage all travellers coming to Australia to seek the most up to date information prior to departure and remain informed about changing conditions whilst on the ground. We will provide information over the coming days and weeks about bushfire affected communities that are resilient and already working hard to be ready to welcome visitors again. When these communities are ready, tourism will play a vital role in supporting their recovery and Tourism Australia will provide ongoing support. 
In regard to broader travel within Australia, there are vast regions of the country that remain unaffected by the bushfires and continue to offer our guests the incredible tourism experiences that we have to offer. 
The display from people in Australia and around the world extending the hand of mateship to those impacted in the regions has been incredible to witness and we encourage everyone to continue to show support in any way they can. 
Further information and travel advice can be found on our website at https://www.australia.com/en/facts-and-planning/useful-tips/health-and-safety-faq.html
Like all Australians, our past guests, friends and colleagues around the globe, our hearts go out to the families and communities who are impacted by the bushfires. Our gratitude for the front line services facing the fires head on cannot be expressed deeply enough. Right now, the emergency response to the bushfires and the safety of communities and visitors in affected areas continues to be the number one priority. We encourage all travellers coming to Australia to seek the most up to date information prior to departure and remain informed about changing conditions whilst on the ground. We will provide information over the coming days and weeks about bushfire affected communities that are resilient and already working hard to be ready to welcome visitors again. When these communities are ready, tourism will play a vital role in supporting their recovery and Tourism Australia will provide ongoing support. In regard to broader travel within Australia, there are vast regions of the country that remain unaffected by the bushfires and continue to offer our guests the incredible tourism experiences that we have to offer. The display from people in Australia and around the world extending the hand of mateship to those impacted in the regions has been incredible to witness and we encourage everyone to continue to show support in any way they can. Further information and travel advice can be found on our website at https://www.australia.com/en/facts-and-planning/useful-tips/health-and-safety-faq.html
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