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TTC is hosting a bunch of free virtual events to get your clients booking domestic

The Travel Corporation (TTC) is about to launch a huge line up of free virtual events to get your client (or yourself, we won’t judge) hyped to book a domestic holiday.

Kicking off on 2 December, the ‘Travel Inspiration Series’ is an insider’s guide taking viewers through Tasmania and the Northern Territory, followed by New Zealand on 3 December; and with the promise of showcasing international destinations into 2021.

Each session lasts for 45-minutes and will show off beautiful, close-to-home destinations, according to TTC.

Homegrown experts from AAT Kings, Insight Vacations and Inspiring Journeys will share information, inspiration, insider tips and exclusive deals to help travellers rediscover the joy of travel and get excited for what’s ahead in 2021.

The series will be hosted by industry veteran Quentin Long, co-founder of Australian Traveller and International Traveller, plus a regular travel expert on the Nine Network’s Today show and A Current Affair, as well as the ABC and radio station 2GB.

Make sure your clients have these dates pencilled into their diaries:

Wednesday, December 2 (covering the NT and Tasmania) – 11am and 7pm AEDT: Discover the awe-inspiring diversity of Australia. From picturesque national parks, ancient cultures and the magic of a desert sunrise, to the rugged coastline of Tasmania, with its award-winning restaurants and wineries.

Thursday, December 3 (covering New Zealand) – 11am and 7pm AEDT: Explore magnificent New Zealand – pristine, breathtaking, unique. Step into another world with volcanic fields, crystal-clear fiord lands, immersive Maori culture and souring Redwoods. Plus, pure gastronomic pleasure.

To register or learn more, go HERE.



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