Answering questions about traveling to Australia during catastrophic fires
Bush fires have been raging in Australia for months now. At least 25 people are dead. News about the impact on wildlife is devastating. Residents have been forced to flee to beaches or even ships offshore to find safety. But tourism officials in Australia, the world’s sixth-largest country, insist that it is still open for business -- and that plenty of places that have been spared are eager to welcome visitors.
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