In 2016, Australia was one of the first countries in the world to introduce a snap travel holiday scheme.
But the scheme has been controversial.
In October, a court found that the scheme was not legal under Australian law.
Since then, more than 1,300 travellers have been fined for using the scheme.
The scheme is also controversial because the scheme does not cover overseas trips.
Many travellers have told the ABC they would not have gone on holiday if they had been given the option.
What to do if you’re stranded abroad?
Before you decide to take a holiday, you should make sure you understand the rules and regulations of your destination.
For more advice and information about the ABC’s snap travel policy, see our guide to snap travel.
Before you travel, you may want to check that the following points apply to you.
Check the conditions of your trip: The destination is not in Australia or in a foreign country.
There is no guarantee that you will be allowed to travel on your own.
Travel with your companion or family members.
For instance, if you plan to travel with a group of up to six people, you will need to arrange travel arrangements with your travel agent, and make sure they know you intend to travel together.
Travelers will be expected to provide evidence of identity and travel documents, such as a passport or travel insurance card, in order to claim a holiday.