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Luxury Gold launches ultra luxe brochure with swanky Sydney knees up

Last night Luxury Gold officially launched its 2019 Worldwide magazine and Travel Weekly were lucky enough to be on hand at Sydney’s acclaimed Restaurant Hubert with 40 top selling agents for the gala occasion.

In attendance were Travel Corporation CEO John Veitch, along with Luxury Gold managing director Lorraine Sharp and Luxury Gold director of sales David Farrar, who acted as MC for proceedings. Between sumptuous courses of Murray cod and lamb shoulder, guests were wowed with the 2019 collection, which promises opulence and luxury to all four corners of the globe.

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The new brochure, which features over 50 luxury guided tours, emphasises personalisation and exclusivity for travellers seeking a touch of luxe in their travels.

The trips are personally curated by  The Travel Corporation (TTC)’s Chairman, Stanley Tollman, but if that’s not luxe enough for you, they’ve also got an even more exclusive range on offer called the Chairman’s Collection.

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The bespoke collection is packed with rare opportunities to meet ‘legendary locals’ like Princess Anita von Hohenberg at her Austrian castle and making music in Nashville with Grammy Award-winning musician, Charlie McCoy.

With the launch also comes further enhancement of My Luxury Gold, an online hub which allows travellers to touch base with their Travelling Concierge before they depart. Travellers will also receive a choice of included experiences they can customise for their journey, with the addition of Your Way.

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The brochure showcases “Journey’s Beyond the Ordinary”  to Europe, Britain, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Africa and the Americas with selected journeys limited to just 24 guests.  Bespoke journeys are another new offering and travellers can now create their own tailor-made independent holidays including Greece, Ireland, Scotland and Africa.

“For the 2019 edition of our Luxury Gold magazine, we continue to share inspiring stories from our ‘tastemakers,’ seventeen individuals who are passionate about travel, food, wine, art, music and history,” commented Lorraine Sharp, Managing Director Luxury Gold.

“These tastemakers stories are a great selling tool for our amazing travel agents and provide opportunities to refine their knowledge on our exceptional experiences with this shareable content.”

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