South Australians could be travelling outside of the state sooner than we first thought, with the July school holidays being flagged as a possible date for the resumption of some travel.

Authorities are reportedly considering July 3, the first day of school holidays, as a target date to ease more some of the state’s coronavirus travel restrictions.

Premier Steven Marshall has called for as much advance notice as possible for airlines and businesses before reinstating travel.

The Premier has reportedly held talks with Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein about establishing a “travel bubble” between SA and Tasmania.

However, concerns around a previously flagged travel bubble between SA and the ACT have been raised, with residents from New South Wales and Victoria able to enter the territory with no restrictions.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his New Zealand counterpart Jacinda Ardern are set to see plans to establish travel between the two countries before the end of the week.

The news follows the announcement that Singapore Airlines will be reinstating weekly international flights between Adelaide and Singapore from next week.