Unless you have work or compelling family reasons in reality there is no reason in pandemic times to travel overseas. I have close family in the Uk and am prepared to quarantine at home if I am able to travel there at the end of the year.
What is reality this year may well not be reality next year.
I'm not talking about now. If you look at my original statement, I'm talking about 8 - 10 months from now, on the assumption that the pandemic has largely gone thanks to mortality rates decreasing severely due to the vaccine. Covid-19 spread is not going away in the next few years and possibly never. The vaccines are supposed to basically bring the mortality rate down to what flu is or better. Australia will never know how effective the vaccine is because there is effectively no cases there.
If, as a country you're not willing to open up if your whole population is vaccinated (and in theory protected) to at least people coming who are vaccinated - will the borders ever really open up?
If the government then decides that they will "ease" things to allow you to home quarantine for two weeks, isn't this just allowing the rich and well off to continue to travel and the poor and not so wealthy not? Because I can tell you right now, not everyone can afford to quarantine for two weeks, along with their whole family who live in the same house.