Clients can save up to $600 per couple on AAT Kings’ 13-day Perfect Tasmania guided holiday. The tour has a foodie emphasis – meeting local producers and winemakers throughout the journey. Highlights include meeting a fitfh generation farmer who shows guests around his property before they taste his ethically raised meat and garden produce at lunch.
There is free time exploring Hobart and Launceston with insider knowledge and help from a travel director.
Tourism Tasmania has launched a marketing campaign in New Zealand, inviting Kiwi neighbours to Come Down for Air. New Zealand agents and brokers can expect to see a dedicated trade campaign in the next few weeks.
The impact on the Tasmanian tourism industry from Covid-19 has been significant and the campaign in New Zealand is part of a programme of activity to rebuild visitation to the state and support
Direct flights between Auckland and Hobart could be a reality by 2020, especially if the growth from New Zealand to Tasmania continues as it is, according to John Fitzgerald, chief executive officer of Tourism Tasmania. Fitzgerald’s comments came as he and other representatives from the tourism office welcomed about 120 Kiwi travel agents to a function at Sofitel Viaduct Harbour in Auckland last night. The roadshow heads on to Wellington and Christchurch today and tomorrow.