NSW and South Australia are set to be the first states to welcome New Zealand tourists as part of a travel bubble.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said today the arrangement will initially be only one-way, allowing Kiwis to fly across the Tasman.
However, he says the prospect of Australians travelling to New Zealand is further away.
Morrison explained states insisting on quarantine for domestic travel would not be included in the bubble.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern discussed the trans-Tasman bubble with Morrison earlier in the week.
[Source: TV NZ-One News]
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