Travel Agents

Do you want to explore South Australia? Complete a few training modules for your chance at a famil!

The borders have been reopened for a few months and the time to explore is now.

But people have constraints that won’t let them travel, money of course being number one on the list for most.

The team at South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) has that problem sorted with a famil offering for travel agents and product managers.

Henschke – Mount Edelstone Vineyard | Dragan Radocaj & South Australian Tourism Commission

The lucky winners will be treated to return flights to SA, a night’s accommodation at Eos by SkyCity, wine tasting in the Barossa, cruising on the Murray River on a private houseboat, and a gin blending masterclass at 23rd st Distillery.

For a chance at the famil, all you need to do is complete the 5 SA Experts training modules.

23rd Street Distillery | Duy Dash & South Australian Tourism Commission

To find these training modules, you need to look at the SATC’s dedicated trade website where you can find information on commissionable product, itineraries and other useful information for the trade.

The beautiful world of South Australia awaits for some lucky travel agents and product managers so get your training modules done to win!

Riverbank Preccinct | Ben Goode & South Australian Tourism Commission


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