Trans-Tasman travel bubble announcement sees shire travel agents kept busy with bookings

Maeve Bannister
Updated April 16 2021 - 12:16pm, first published April 12 2021 - 1:37pm
Narooma's mountain biking trails could prove a popular tourist experience for Kiwis visiting Australia. (L-R) Chloe Mulder, Charms Baltis, Sara Sadler, Tash Dusehjko and Amity Kershaw enjoy an e-bike and yoga experience with Southbound Escapes. Photo: Ben Marden
Narooma's mountain biking trails could prove a popular tourist experience for Kiwis visiting Australia. (L-R) Chloe Mulder, Charms Baltis, Sara Sadler, Tash Dusehjko and Amity Kershaw enjoy an e-bike and yoga experience with Southbound Escapes. Photo: Ben Marden

The trans-Tasman bubble is set to open next week and keen holidaymakers have wasted no time in visiting travel agents across the shire to assist with bookings, itineraries and recommendations for a trip to New Zealand.

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Maeve Bannister

I'm a journalist for the Bay Post/Moruya Examiner and Narooma News. Got a tip? Email maeve.bannister@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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