It was a sky walk this morning!
The Skywalk is really great when the fog hits!
Queensland, which is about to enter the dry season, is cool in the morning and evening and warm during the day 😁
It depends on the location.
You can enjoy the dry season from now on!
In Western Australia, no community-acquired infection of the new corona has been confirmed since April last year, except for one confirmed at the end of January this year. An election was held in the state on the 13th of this month, and the current governor's response to Corona was evaluated, including restrictions on movement across state borders, and he was re-elected. Recently, the number of community-acquired infections has been low nationwide (a total of 46 days as of yesterday when no community-acquired infections were confirmed nationwide), and the country has announced a policy to encourage domestic travel.
Vaccination has begun with priority given to healthcare workers and the elderly, and about 240,000 people have already received the first vaccination. It depends on the vaccination situation in the future, but according to the news, it is likely that Japanese tourists will come again after October. We will inform you of the latest information at a later date.
The other day, I took a ferry from downtown Perth to Rottnest Island on a day trip. There are many beautiful beaches, but after all, "Quokka" is cute! Quokka is a small companion of kangaroos and wallabies, and is said to be the "happiest animal in the world" because it looks like it has a raised corner and smiles. It is a marsupial unique to the south of Western Australia, and there are 10,000 marsupials on Rottnest Island, so you can meet them immediately even in the daytime. The next picture is one of them I took the other day.
I went to Port Douglas' 4 Mile Beach, an hour's drive north of Cairns.
Blue sea White sand beach Green rainforest Healed by natural colors.
You can also join the balloon from Port Douglas!
Queensland, Australia is mask-free and is no different from normal life.
A place where ordinary people feel very happy Queensland Cairns Gold Coast Brisbane!
On January 31, a community-acquired infection of the new corona was confirmed in Perth, Western Australia for the first time in about 10 months. On the 31st, a security guard working at a quarantine hotel in Perth, where returnees lived in isolation for two weeks, was found to have been infected with the mutant strain, and on the most recent off day, he went to various places outside Perth. Perth and other southern states entered a five-day lockdown from 18:00 on the 31st, given that they had been moved.
A total of about 60,000 people were inspected for the mandatory wearing of state masks, and fortunately the lockdown was released the day before yesterday without any new infections being confirmed. We operate after limiting the capacity of each area (one customer for every 4 square meters), such as shops that had to be closed and restaurants that were only taken home. It is legally required to wear a mask until the 13th of this month. In some extreme cases, a person who went out to town without a mask on the 1st was arrested for refusing to wear a free mask even if the police provided him with a free mask.
It's February from today!
It is early!
Queensland, where the Cairns Gold Coast is located, has also renewed zero new corona infections.
Many local tours and restaurants are also open as usual.
I hope you will be able to travel abroad as soon as possible!
I look forward to working with you in February.