Exploring Australia – What Travellers Need to Know
Travellers Guide to Local Safety & Health 2015 – Released
Visiting a foreign country can bring about exciting new adventures, from exploring iconic features all the way to trailing through bush tracks in appreciation of the wildlife. It is with great pleasure that Pro-Visual Publishing, in collaboration with the Australian Tourism Export Council, has released this year’s edition of the Travellers Guide to Local Safety & Health.
Safety remains a number one priority whether it be revisiting a city or travelling to a completely new country. Hostels provide adequate accommodation, however no one should be vulnerable to theft. That is why the guide offers beneficial safety tips to ensure travellers are safe no matter where they stay.
With adventure comes cautiousness. Many newcomers need to be aware of the risks associated with travelling. As a result, this year’s guide covers topics, including dangerous wildlife – following a few precautions when hiking or exploring and maintaining basic knowledge on certain creatures; as well as following simple road rules to ensure safety whilst travelling.
Other featured topics include sexual health and protecting oneself against the sun and at the beach. It is vital that travellers are not exposed to life threatening situations on Australian beaches and that they are educated on the correct procedures to avoid dehydration and other heat-related illnesses.
“I would like to thank all of the sponsors of the Travellers Guide to Local Safety & Health 2015. Their support has made it possible for the guide to be distributed free of charge” – John Hutchings, CEO, Pro-Visual Publishing.
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