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Airbnb data shows which international destinations top the list for Aussie travellers

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Aussies are getting excited about the return of international travel, with the UK, Indonesia and the US topping the list of most searched global destinations by Australian guests, according to Airbnb’s internal data.

Since last week’s announcement that international travel would be opening up from as early as next month, the most popular destinations for Aussie travellers were London, Bali, New York and Los Angeles along with Oahu in Hawaii, Tokyo, Fiji, Singapore and Paris. Queenstown was also among the top 10 most searched international destinations by Aussies.

Susan Wheeldon, Airbnb’s Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand, said: “Aussies have earned a proud reputation as being among the most enthusiastic travellers in the world –  so it’s no surprise that many are already dusting off their passports and planning a trip abroad. Whether it’s an apartment in London, a villa in Bali or a studio loft in New York, Airbnb Hosts offer one-of-a-kind stays and unique Experiences that make it possible for guests to experience the world in a more authentic, connected way.

“After such a long time apart, we believe that many Aussies will be taking advantage of international travel opening up to reconnect with loved ones and our community of Hosts, located in more than 100,000 cities all over the world, are delighted to play a part in this.  We also continue to see a lot of enthusiasm among Aussies for domestic travel and exploring our own backyard – from cities, to coastal, rural and regional destinations across the nation.

“From the outset of COVID-19, one of our top priorities has been the health of Hosts, guests and the broader community. Airbnb is extremely serious about supporting government efforts to combat COVID-19. As part of this support, we have reiterated to our community on a number of occasions the critical need to follow government advice and adhere to the rules.”

Guests are reminded that prior to booking, they can view the cancellation policy that has been selected for that particular listing by its individual Host. Hosts recognise that they are seeking flexibility at these uncertain times, and now almost two thirds of active listings offer a moderate or flexible cancellation policy. With Airbnb’s flexible cancellation policy search filter, guests can search for listings that offer free cancellation until 24 hours or 5 days before check-in, avoiding any strict cancellation policy listings from their search results entirely.

Most searched international destinations by Australian guests:

  • London

  • Bali

  • New York

  • Los Angeles

  • Oahu

  • Tokyo

  • Fiji

  • Singapore

  • Paris

  • Queenstown

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