When oh when can we travel? I don’t have a crystal ball, so can’t answer some of these, but I’ll do my best. I feel your pain, South Aussie desperate to go to NSW! I am in Vic and my wedding dress is stuck in Qld! I’m hoping I can see it at Christmas time, along with my parents who are also up there. I haven’t seen them since March and my dress since last Christmas, so it will be a joyful reunion on multiple fronts. Sending positive vibes to all those separated from family and friends and wedding attire!-Impending nuptialsWill caps on inbound international flights be lifted in November? Are there any more details concerning home quarantine requirements for returning, vaccinated Australian citizens flying into NSW?-JoHi Jo, the Premier said he wants this to happen, and soon. In a video posted to social media, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he had spoken to Mr Perrottet about opening the international border into NSW faster than anticipated, as the state’s vaccination rate continues to climb. The federal government has announced international borders will reopen in November for states that have reached 80 per cent vaccination rates, starting with NSW.Fully vaccinated Australians and permanent residents arriving in NSW will be able to quarantine at home rather than a hotel for a week, pending the success of the state’s home quarantine trial. Mr Morrison said he and Mr Perrottet had discussed how to accelerate that plan once home quarantine begins. “I know the NSW government is looking at ways to fast-track home quarantine in November and if that happens we will be able to move to facilitate the opening up of the international border into NSW sooner,” Mr Morrison said. “That would mean home quarantine for vaccinated Australians wishing to return home via Sydney and giving the option for international travel for vaccinated Australians to leave and return.”Mr Perrottet said he wanted to open international borders as quickly and safely as possible to get stranded Australians home. He said if the state was able to do so, it would help other states return residents home, particularly those with lower vaccination rates – “just Queensland should pay that bill,” he said.