ATAS is a national accreditation scheme for Australian travel agents.
Always look for the ATAS symbol when buying travel be it in-store or online.

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COVID-19 Update: The Australian Federation of Travel agents (AFTA) and our network of professional industry accredited ATAS travel agents are currently experiencing exceptionally large volumes of calls and emails requesting information to cancel, change, rebook and alter bookings.  We ask for your patience and understanding during this time. Whilst every customer is important, requests are being prioritised based on departure dates. 
View our COVID-19 Travel Advice for Consumers.

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Latest Travel Alerts

Keep up to date with the latest travel warnings and alerts across the world before you depart on your trip.


19 January 2022

Fully vaccinated travellers entering Kuwait need to quarantine at home or in a hotel for 7 days. This can be shorter if you have evidence of a negative COVID-19 (PCR) test taken after you arrive in the country. There are strict entry conditions, incl …


19 January 2022

We have reviewed our travel advice for Kenya and lowered the level for Nairobi and coastal areas in the south east to ?Exercise a high degree of caution?. We now advise you ?Reconsider your need to travel? to Laikipia county. Laikipia County has been …


19 January 2022

Bulgaria classifies arriving travellers using a traffic light system of green, orange and red countries. Entry restrictions and other requirements apply depending on the country you arrive from. See 'Travel'.

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