Relief for tourism as trans-Tasman travel resumes next month

Relief for tourism as trans-Tasman travel resumes next month
Queenstown has been struggling without tourism over the past two years. (Image: BusinessDesk)
Paul McBeth
Fully-vaccinated Australians will be able to freely enter New Zealand next month as the government unveiled its next steps to reconnecting with the world.From April 13, Australians will be allowed to enter the country without going through quarantine, giving tourism operators access to trans-Tasman markets during their school holidays. Tourists from other countries with visa-waiver access to NZ and those currently holding visitor visas will be able to enter on May 2.Prime minister Jacinda Ardern said the government is considering whether to bri...

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