As vaccines slowly begin rolling out across the globe, the return to international travel seems closer every day.
The Wimmera Mail-Times asked members of the community what would need to happen in order for them to feel safe travelling overseas again, and where they would go.
Vaccines were a must for most, while others weren't concerned with flights returning any time soon.
What are your thoughts on overseas travel returning in the future? Where would you go?
Caroline Price, Horsham
"I'd like it to be feasible before I went, not get stuck in quarantine. I'm dying to see my parents in the UK."
John and Debbie Bish, Horsham
"A vaccine would probably be the easiest way [for safe travel], we wouldn't push it at the moment. We'd go to the US."
Lily Knoop, Horsham
"I'd like to wait and see it [international travel] go well before I went. I'd go to Greece, it's beautiful there."
Eilish Flagg, Warrack
"I'd like to see low cases numbers, I'd probably go somewhere tropical,"
Lee Yuncken, Melbourne
"I've just got back from overseas, running sled dogs in Norway. As soon as this job finishes up I'll hopefully go back."
Mark Byron, Horsham
"I've never been overseas and I don't really plan to, so I've got no grapes about it,"
Helen Woodhouse-Herrick, Nhill
"I'd like the process to be clean-cut, no quarantines - how can you go on holiday and relax if you're spending three grand on a hotel for two weeks?"
Shantha Tellambura, Ballarat
"I'd like most people to be vaccinated. I'm from Sri Lanka so I'd go there, maybe Europe as well."
Keelan Perry, Horsham
"I'm not really sure where I'd go. I'd like to go back to Bali."
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