Canberra’s institutions go from ‘virtually no revenue for the past six months’ to welcoming interstate students back. Canberra is normally the go-to destination for school trips, to the point that it’s almost a rite of passage for students around Australia.

In recent weeks, as the country has begun to recover from the pandemic, so too has domestic tourism, and pupils’ pilgrimages to the capital.

Garry Watson, from the National Capital Educational Tourism Project, said things were getting better, but there was still a long way to go.

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