Travel Agents

SAVE THE DATE: Aloha Down Under is back!

Christian Fleetwood

Calling all agents! Get in quick – Aloha Down Under returns this August for 2019!

As Australia’s biggest annual Hawai’i roadshow, Aloha Down Under will visit Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Parramatta, Christchurch and Auckland – running from 5 – 13 August.

As a dedicated B2B function and media event, travel agents will rub shoulders with some of the best in the business, while learning everything they will need to know about the Aloha state in 2019.

Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania’s annual roadshow will host a number of representatives from accommodation, airline and activity suppliers in Hawai‘i, along with live Hawaiian entertainment and the latest destination updates from the Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania team.

You’ll also have multiple opportunities to win incredible holiday prizes to Hawai‘i during the roadshow’s five day program!

What are you waiting for? Take the leap, and make sure to book your place at this year's Aloha Down Under.
What are you waiting for? Take the leap and make sure to book your place at this year’s Aloha Down Under

Giselle Radulovic, Country Manager Australia for Hawai’i Tourism Oceania, said If you’re a travel agent, the Aloha Down Under roadshow is an event not to be missed.

“In 2018, over 400,000 visitors from the Oceania market travelled to the Hawaiian Islands, the highest visitor numbers seen by this region to date,” said Gisell Radulovic, country manager Australia for Hawai’i Tourism Oceania.

“Travel agents remain an integral part of the booking process and Aloha Down Under is the perfect opportunity for agents to become well versed in the destination.

“Aloha Down Under remains an increasingly popular event, with more than 1000 agents attending across Australia and New Zealand each year,” she said.

For more information on Aloha Down Under, contact Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania at info@hawaiitourism.com.au

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