ACT residents can now travel to South Australia without needing to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival. The announcement also paves the way for South Australians to holiday in Canberra, without needing to quarantine when returning home. For now, quarantine-free travel to South Australia is only available to Canberrans that haven't been in NSW during the past 14 days. This … [Read more...]
Travel Lifestyle is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. In this category we provide tips, tricks and chat about Travel Lifestyle. This includes Airports and Lounges, Travel Money, Travel Tools and Technology, Car Hire, Wine and Cruises.
Part of living the "Travel Lifestyle" is to make use of travel debit cards such as the Qantas Travel Money card or credit cards such as the popular 28 Degrees card for lower forex transaction fees.
If you're returning to Australia from overseas - or travelling interstate from a designated COVID-19 hotspot - there's a good chance you'll end up in hotel quarantine. Since 29 March 2020, anyone arriving in Australia is required to undergo 14 days of managed isolation in a hotel room. This needs to be completed in government-designated hotel in the city where you arrive … [Read more...]
With international borders shut, there are few opportunities for Australians to travel overseas this year. But Norfolk Island, an Australian territory located between New Zealand and New Caledonia, is open for business. Norfolk Island has introduced a similar hotspot-based system to Queensland. Visitors will need to apply for a Norfolk Island Entry Pass 24-72 hours before … [Read more...]
Priority Pass members have complained that they have not been offered refunds, even though they have been unable to travel and many airport lounges have been closed since March. Priority Pass sells annual memberships which, under normal circumstances, grant access to over 1,300 participating airport lounges & restaurants around the world. This includes 8 lounges and 15 … [Read more...]
One of the best things about travelling is the people you meet along the way. The world is full of generous, humble souls. This week, our members are discussing surprising and unexpected gifts they have received while travelling. There are stories of incredible generosity and random acts of kindness... as well as a few stories that are downright bizarre. Australian frequent … [Read more...]