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IT’S TIME TO TRAVEL: Travel DAZE returns (in person!) with all-star cast

Australia’s most influential forum for the travel industry has officially launched its 2022 event, bringing together the best and brightest minds to help you thrive in a post-COVID world.

Travel DAZE 2022 is set to take place on 9 June this year and we are just over the moon to reveal a sneak peek at the stellar line-up we’ve got planned for our return to in-person events.

After two wildly successful virtual events in 2020 and 2021, featuring the likes of Jane Goodall, Graham “Skroo” Turner, Dr Norman Swan and loads more, we’re ready to host an even bigger and better face-to-face event.

Each week we’ll clue you in on a few of the great minds who will be sharing thought-provoking keynotes, interviews and panels on the day.

For now, allow us to introduce just a few of the superstars on this year’s lineup:

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Australia’s most loved clever person.

Justin Drape, mega advertising executive & creative thinker.

Leanne Harwood, IHG supremo & accommodation sector guru

Paul Mclean, Air New Zealand’s high flying general manager of sales

Dr Nick Coatsworth, former deputy chief medical officer and infectious disease physician

Travel DAZE is Australia’s premiere TED for travel forum and is a must-attend event for retailers, marketers, senior management and sales teams to prepare for the future of travel technology, creativity, marketing and retail.

You can find out more about Travel DAZE 2022 HERE, and buy tickets HERE.

A massive thank you to this year’s sponsors:



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