Destinations

Visit USA Expo Week’s big return

Visit USA’s expo week is making a comeback in August with more than 30 destinations and tourism businesses across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Travel agents can expect an evening of buzzing entertainment, exceptional exhibitors and of course, great venues, food and prizes.

“We are ecstatic to announce that the VISIT USA EXPO WEEK is back! It’s the perfect opportunity for agents to discover what has changed and what’s new in the USA, and our Members couldn’t be more excited to meet with agents face to face to share the good news,” said Caroline Davidson, president of Visit USA (Australia).

Each expo will run from 5pm-9pm and include expo floor time as well as three presentation sessions commencing from 6pm.

Although the presentations are optional, agents must attend the presentation session to be eligible for prizes.

Each expo’s full exhibitor list and presentation schedule will be available ahead of the expos on Visit USA’s Travel Agent Facebook Group.

Travel agents can register HERE and a confirmation of attendance will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.If an agent has registered and is then no longer able to attend, they must notify Visit USA 48 hours prior to the Expo, otherwise a $50 no-show fee will be charged.

Dates and venues:

  • Brisbane – Monday 01 August 2022, Sofitel Brisbane Central
  • Melbourne – Tuesday 02 August 2022, Pullman Melbourne on the Park
  • Sydney – Wednesday 03 August 2022, The Fullerton Hotel, Sydney


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