Tourism

The South Africa Show: SA Tourism’s new 360-degree immersive safari experience with Julia Morris

South African Tourism is travelling across SA in ‘The South Africa Show,’ a talk show experience hosted by Aussie comedian Julia Morris.

The event will take place physically in Sydney and attendees can enjoy the flavours of South African food, wine, and entertainment at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.

While the event will physically take place in Sydney, South African Tourism will be delivering a hybrid event for the rest of Australia and New Zealand to experience virtually through a livestream.

Those attending the Sydney VIP experience will meet first at Martin Place where you can explore the 360-degree immersive safari experience in a pop-up dome – while catching up over drinks with South African Tourism’s wholesalers and the show’s airline partner, Singapore Airlines, before making your way to the Sofitel hotel.

The Martin Place installation will be open to the public from Monday 21 March to Thursday 24 March.

For the in-person and virtual attendees at ‘The South Africa Show,’ comedian Julia Morris will be taking you around the country where guests will enjoy 18 South African experiences, from paddling with the African Penguins at Boulders Beach, sleeping in a luxury treehouse, rhino ear-notching with veterinarians, and the Bloukrans Bridge Bungee jump.

Guests will also get to experience South African drummers, and a trio jazz band led by singer and Neighbours actor, Barry Conrad.

Registration is now open for trade partners with only 300 spots available to attend the in-person event.

By attending the event physically or virtually, you stand a chance to win 1 of 10 spots on a Famil to South Africa travelling on Singapore Airlines.

To secure your spot, register here.



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