Prestige Travel unveils its inaugural fam trip to Australia

Prestige Travel has revealed details of its inaugural fam trip to Australia, offering five agents the chance to explore the destination from November 3-14.

This exclusive trip will explore South Australia and the Northern Territory, showcasing the regions as part of the Prestige Travel ‘Linger Longer’ campaign.

The promotion aims to encourage tourists to extend their stays and delve deeper into the unique experiences, landscapes, culture and adventure opportunities in Australia and New Zealand.


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Jenny Taylor Page, the ambassador for Prestige Travel’s Australia and New Zealand programme, said: “The diverse regions of Australia and New Zealand offer countless unique experiences, and as specialists, we aim to highlight these in our itineraries.

“The ‘linger longer’ campaign is designed to encourage visitors to slow down and spend more time uncovering hidden gems, cultural richness, and breathtaking landscapes that are often overlooked.

“By doing so, clients can immerse themselves in the local lifestyle and discover off-the-beaten-path destinations, ultimately creating more meaningful and memorable travel experiences.”

Interested agents must register before August 31 and meet the eligibility requirements: Aussie Specialist Status; completion of the South Australia and Northern Territory modules is required; and being part of the Aussie Specialist Programme.

Packages in the new promotion include the 13-night Adventure in the Northern Territory, from £6,290, including flights.

It includes three nights in Darwin, featuring a sunrise jet ski tour, two nights in Kakadu National Park, two nights in Alice Springs, and a three-night guided tour of Uluru, Kings Canyon, and Kata Tjuta.

Another itinerary is the 16-night Linger Longer in South Australia holiday, from £5,398, including flights.

It takes in Adelaide, the Eyre Peninsula, Barossa Valley, the Flinders Ranges, Kangaroo Island and Adelaide Hills.

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