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Wendy Wu Tours releases interactive digital brochure for Australia and NZ featuring two new trips

Wendy Wu Tours has released a digital brochure for Australia and New Zealand featuring two new brand spanking new itineraries.

The Australia collection now features the seven-day ‘Tasmanian Highlights’ tour, focusing on the eastern coastline including Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay as well as Cape Pillar.

Also new to the collection is the ‘Glimpse of the Kimberley’ tour featuring five days of relaxation, indulgence and adventure including sunset on Cable Beach, Horizontal Falls and an exploration of Kimberley cattle country.

The new tours round out Wendy Wu Tours’ existing range that includes ‘Treasures of the Red Centre’, ‘Gems of Kakadu’, ‘Tasmanian Trails’ and ‘Queensland: Reef to Rainforest’. Tours of Tasmania and the Northern Territory can be combined to create a back-to-back journey.

Just like the rest of Wendy Wu Tours trips, its domestic range features accommodation in four-star properties, with some five-star properties featured on specific tours. They also include sightseeing with expert tour leaders, transportation, most meals, and unique and authentic experiences.

The range of Australian tours is also backed by the operator’s Book with Confidence Guarantee, including a deposit of only $99 per person, no risk payments, extended payment terms and unlimited changes up to 75 days prior to departure.


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