LOUIS BURKE | Culture | Contact
The decrease in COVID-19 cases across Australia has led to promising discussions that could see a Trans-Tasman travel bubble open between New Zealand and certain Australian states.
Looking increasingly likely with every day the Aus government does not belittle New Zealand for fun, travellers and those living with wanderlust are eager to jet set away to a culture where they say things in a slightly funny way.
“Chully bun! Haha, who ever heard of keeping drinks in a bin!” laughed Scott from Sydney.
“You keep it in an esky.”
According to ‘Scott,’ a chicken coop hobbyist from Sydney’s Sutherland Shire, the Trans-Tasman bubble does not go far enough and needs to include Hawaii in order to be truly lucrative.
“Open borders between Australia and New Zealand would be great for our economies. However, I didn’t exactly promise my daughters a trip to the Port Chalmers Maritime Museum this school holidays did I?”
Scott continued to bombard our reporter with a series of predominantly sheep-based jokes about New Zealand while building his chicken coop, hammering roughly half the nails into the wood the wrong way.
“I think all Australians would enjoy a trip to Hawaii, especially when things are a bit hot at work!”
“You won’t get that, that’s an old reference haha!”