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AAT Kings and Inspiring Journeys release 2021/22 brochures

Aussie and Kiwi travel specialists AAT Kings and its luxe sister brand Inspiring Journeys have launched their 2021/22 brochures with two brand new itineraries and some exclusive experiences to boot.

The launch comes with a 10 per cent early bird discount on selected trips and a $99 per person deposit offer with your clients’ booking if you get in before 16 November.

Meanwhile, AAT Kings is offering clients interested in the brand’s ‘Outback Discovery Short Break’ the chance to upgrade to superior accommodation from budget for only $20 per person.

Your clients can use this upgrade to stay at the iconic Sails in the Desert Hotel for two nights while visiting Uluru. The five-day trip kicks off in Alice Springs before heading to Uluru and watching a majestic Kara Tjuka sunset, visit sacred Indigenous sites, dine under the stars and traverse Kings Canyon.

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s new:

AAT Kings

The Wildflower Wanderer

This seven-day ‘Best Buys Guided Holiday’ will have clients marvelling at the beauty of Western Australia’s wildflowers in full bloom.

Their travel director will take them to the must-visit wildflower hotspots of Perth’s Kings Park botanical garden, Kalbarri National Park’s Murchison River and the coastal town of Geraldton.

Their Western Australia experience is topped off with a visit to the iconic Pinnacles before discovering the natural wonder of Hutt Lagoon, the mesmerising pink lake that will take their breath away.

Northern Territory Explorer

This 11-day Best Buys trip will showcase the incredible natural wonders, immersive cultural experiences and interactions with friendly locals – forming the ultimate exploration through the vast land of the Northern Territory.

A myriad of deep gorges, plunging waterfalls and flourishing wildlife await guests in the Top End, complete with some unforgettable outback outdoor experiences and Indigenous culture.

Clients will soak up the iconic sites of Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Kakadu and Katherine on this once-in-a-lifetime journey.

Image source: James Horan

Inspiring Journeys

Flavours of South Australia

This five-day culinary discovery will connect clients to the makers, growers and passionate owners of South Australia’s food scene.

With everything taken care of, guests can simply unwind on this effortless journey complementing South Australia’s biggest food and wine festival.

As part of Inspiring Journey’s commitment to supporting Bushfire Recovery in affected communities, this journey now includes #EmptyEsky movement elements, where guests are invited to purchase locally made goods to take home and enjoy.

Dark Mofo Long Weekend

This four-day trip will showcase Australia’s number one winter festival, Dark Mofo in Tasmania’s capital.

Guests will enjoy a community celebration of cooking with fire at the Winter Feast and take a tour through the after-dark attractions on offer in Australia’s southernmost city, journeying deep into the delights of the winter solstice night.


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