Travel Agents

Check out the fabulous new home of Spencer Travel

After nearly two decades in their inner-city dwelling, Spencer Travel has moved to new offices in Mascot and their new digs are LUXE!

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The iconic Sydney travel business has been located in Surry Hills since 1998 but decided to move to a location that reflected their growth as a company.

“Our new offices reflect the kind of business we are now”, says Penny Spencer – Managing Director and Founder of the Spencer Group of Companies.

“We have grown and evolved dramatically in recent years, and the business needed a new space to call its own. So we’ve left Sydney’s fashion district and relocated to something truly glamorous.”

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Spencer Travel’s new, larger offices are located just 10km from the CBD at Heritage Business Park, Ricketty Street, Mascot.

“Office relocations are an exercise in precision logistics, and we’re delighted to advise that ours was completed without a hitch”, said Spencer Travel’s General Manager, Tina Killeen.

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With hotel-style bathrooms, a cafe-style breakout space for staff, multiple meeting rooms and dedicated quiet-rooms, Spencer Travel is ready for a new era to the business.

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All it’s missing is a dedicated nap zone, but TBH, we’d make do with the quiet rooms.

The company’s surroundings may have changed, but one thing has not. As Killeen points out, “We’ve brought our renowned Spencer spirit with us. It’s what defines us.”

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“As we enter a new era for Spencer Travel, we bring with us so many great memories of a business journey that I never could have imagined when our doors first opened,” Spencer said.

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