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Wendy Wu launches first-ever tours in Australia and New Zealand

Wendy Wu Tours has just launched its first-ever collection of Australian and New Zealand trips for travel in 2021.

Aimed at clients who feel more comfortable booking domestically at this time, the ‘Holiday in your own backyard collection’ features four new tours focusing on iconic sights, immersive experiences, and comprehensive inclusions.

Better yet, all tours are backed by Wendy Wu Tours’ Book with Confidence guarantee.

The 11-day ‘Treasures of the Northern Territory & South Australia’ tour departs on 21 April and travels to Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge, Kings Canyon and Uluru where your clients can check out the Field of Lights and Sounds.

In South Australia, clients can have the chance to enjoy the Barossa where they can try their hand at blending wine at Penfolds and an executive private cooking demonstration at Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop.

Priced from $7,999 per person, twin share the tour includes, all accommodation, all meals sightseeing with expert guides and entrance fees plus selected internal flights.

Also, on offer is the 12-day ‘East Coast Gems’ covering popular sights in NSW and Queensland, including the Great Barrier Reef and a cruise to the outer reef, where clients can have a tropical lunch and a stay at National Geographic Unique Lodges. Both Australian tours can be taken back to back.

Wendy Wu Tours’ New Zealand range features two new tours including the 11-day ‘Hidden Gold of the South’ tour, which travels from New Zealand’s Otago Peninsula to Fiordland National Park for an overnight cruise.

Here, clients spend time in Arrowtown and Lake Wanaka before heading up to Mt Cook for the Big Sky Experience.

Priced from $7,480 per person, twin share, the tour includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, accommodation, and sightseeing with guides and entrance fees.

Tours kick off in February 2021.



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