20 reasons to return to Australia: Crocs, caves, caviar

Come face to face with a 5m-long saltwater crocodile in Darwin’s Crocosaurus Cage of Death. PHOTO: TOURISM NT SHAANA MCNAUGHT
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Australia has been closed to international tourists since March last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. But now, a travel bubble with Singapore is on the horizon.

From Nov 21, vaccinated Singaporeans will be able to travel to parts of Australia and back without quarantine in either country. These include New South Wales and Victoria, Australian media reported on Sunday (Oct 31).

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