When Tourism Australia launched its domestic tourist campaign, 'Holiday Here This Year', in light of the bushfire crisis there was no foretelling of the pandemic that would bring the nation to a complete standstill.
For many of us, our time in isolation prompted us to embrace new habits and skills to get by during a time of uncertainty. You may have mastered the art of sourdough or planted your own veggie garden to prove your resilience, or simply challenged yourself to find the silver lining in what has been a tough time for most.
With autumn upon us and the colour of the leaves transforming to shades of orange and red, we know that the weather will soon turn crisp and cool. The trans-seasonal changes tell us that winter is just around the corner, and so too are those costly winter heating bills.
Many of us are settling into the 'new normal' of spending most of our time at home. While you could use the time to binge your favourite TV shows, why not step it up a notch and challenge yourself, family and friends to have fun and be productive?