Australia’s travel advice has been updated, with Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop advising people to avoid Manchester.
"We would recommend that anyone seeking to travel to the United Kingdom read our travel advice, which is under constant review and brings the latest information that we have to the Australian public," Ms Bishop told The Today show.
"Obviously with the threat assessment being raised, that will change our assessment of travel to the United Kingdom."
British Prime Minister Theresa May upgraded the terrorist threat from "severe" to "critical" and a “high degree of caution” is urged for anyone visiting Britain.
The travel advice update comes after an explosion killed a now-confirmed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.
Ms Bishop added that there is still no evidence any Australian’s were involved.
"But I must point out that the grisly task of identifying bodies continues and we are in touch with all the major hospitals in Manchester," she said.
Anyone planning on travelling to the United Kingdom in the near future should frequently check the Smart Traveller website for updates.