Brisbane Office:
7th Floor, 333 Adelaide Street
Brisbane

Queensland 4000

info@journeysworldwide.com.au

Ph: +61 7 3221 4788
Mobile: +61 490 382 210

Sunshine Coast Office:
Shop 8 – Buderim Mall, 86 Burnett St
Buderim

Queensland 4556

suncoast@journeysworldwide.com.au

Ph: +61 7 3554 1201
Mobile: +61 490 815 850

Prices are subject to change without notice.  Please confirm all details of your requirements at the time of booking to ascertain if there have been any alterations to the tour you select before you book.  See our T&Cs

Latest updates

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Travel with confidence and peace of mind

Providing Australians with the latest information and advice for safe travel overseas

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Australia Travel Alerts &

Safety Information

We encourage all travellers visiting Australia to seek the most up-to-date information for their planned itinerary prior to departure, and remain informed about changing conditions while in Australia.

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Up to date Information

WHO is working 24/7 to analyse data, provide advice, coordinate with partners, help countries prepare, increase supplies and manage expert networks.
 

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Australian Government

Department of Health

We are monitoring the respiratory illness outbreak caused by coronavirus (COVID-19). We update this alert every day with the latest medical advice and official reports.

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Coronavirus, flying and what we're doing to protect you.

Travel is an important part of life, helping us stay connected with friends, family and colleagues. At the same time, we know there's community concern about Coronavirus and public spaces. The wellbeing of our customers and staff is always our highest priority, so we want to explain why you can still fly with confidence.

Qantas has its own team of dedicated medical professionals who have been closely monitoring the Coronavirus outbreak. All the decisions we make are guided by their advice and the advice of authorities including the World Health Organisation and Australia's Chief Medical Officer.

We know that because of high cleaning standards and hospital-grade air filtration systems, the risk of catching a virus on an aircraft is low. Inflight transmissions have not been a feature of this outbreak.

As the US Centres for Disease Control says, "the cabin air environment is not conducive to the spread of most infectious diseases".

For more detail on Coronavirus and why you can fly with confidence, we've interviewed Dr Russell Brown from the Qantas Medical team. Watch here to learn about why it is still safe to fly, and how we keep our aircraft clean.

Every part of the Qantas team across our Australian and international network is committed to your wellbeing when you fly. We thank you for your ongoing support and look forward to welcoming you on board soon.
 
Stephanie Tully 
Group Chief Customer Officer