Due to the bushfires, Australia has faced the tragic loss of houses, the life of human and animal life. However, another real danger to Australia’s living and its economy looms following the hellish fires.
While many have donated hundreds of millions of dollars for the country’s immediate recovery; the short- and long-term loss of global tourism poses a more important risk to Australia’s economy.
The fire term isn’t ended yet. The optimistic travel image that has made it such a wanted, famous destination.
There should be aware about the delay in travel. Australia is an enormous country, but most of the land is not affected, and the smoke haze covering some of its cities will lift shortly. The rains have got hope and they are planning rebuilding and new growth.
Tourism Australia’s managing director has energetic to spread positive messages for better tourism.
The number one priority right now is the safety of the tourists in affected areas. As we have seen from past severe weather actions and usual disasters, tourism is an extremely resilient sector.
Here is an excellent travel trade guide to know where the unsafe locations are, and how most of the nation is unaffected. Travel trade information is available here.