About the Aussie Travel Code

The Aussie Travel Code was created to promote safe, sustainable and respectful travel in Australia's unique remote and regional locations.

In each destination, we work with the locals to provide helpful advice for travellers.

These insider tips help visitors to enjoy the region and have a positive impact on the people, culture and natural environment.

Why do we need The Aussie Travel Code?

Many amazing Australian destinations feel like a new world altogether; from lively underwater reefs to the spectacular wilderness of the outback or the cool, tranquil depths of some of the oldest rainforests in the world. 

You know what makes these places so magical? 

They’re not really built around us. Actually, they don’t really have much to do with us at all, and that’s a big part of why they’re so special. 

Each location is full of unexpected charm, character and culture. Awe-inspiring natural beauty and precious ecosystems that don’t exist anywhere else in the world.

And probably a few things that could kill you. #Straya

A good traveller has a healthy respect for all of these elements.

The Aussie Travel Code provides a warm welcome and a heads up from the locals, so travellers can easily find out what they need to know to prepare for a safe and enjoyable trip.

News and Updates

Stay up to date with the latest happenings around the Aussie Travel Code.

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Updates on the Project

The latest news around the Aussie Travel Code rollout across Australia.

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Flinders Ranges, South Australia

History of the Aussie Travel Code

The Aussie Travel Code brand and social media campaign was originally created in 2020 to address challenges caused by a rapid increase in tourism visitation to the South Australian Outback.

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You Yangs Regional Park, Gellong Bellarine Geelong and the Bellarine

Know Before You Go

Find out what you need to know to enjoy a safe, respectful and sustainable trip.

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Get Involved

The Aussie Travel Code partners with Australian destinations to provide localised advice for travellers.

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