Friday, 06 October 2017 02:29

Big Western Australia prizes at roadshow

Agents who attend one of the Western Australia Roadshow events in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington or Christchurch will go in the draw to win a WA travel prize including accommodation, sightseeing and tours in all five regions of WA.

There are three Western Australia travel prizes to be won at every event - 12 WA travel prizes in total.

An example is the Experience Extraordinary Western Australia Travel prize to Perth - two nights Sorrento Beach Resort, two nights Sorrento Beach Resort, Little Ferry Company tour of Perth and Elizabeth Quay, Rotorvation helicopter experience, Two Feet and a Heartbeat Walking tour.

The Australia’s Golden Outback is offersing two nights Best Western Hospitality Inn Kalgoorlie, with Kalgoorlie Tours and Charters Super Pit Tour

Australia’s Coral Coast prize will giveaway nights at RAC Monkey Mia, while Australia’s North West offers two nights at Seashells Broome and a visit to Willie Creek Pearls

The Australia’s South West prize includes a caves and lighthouse pass in Margaret River, and two nights at Abbey Beach Resort Busselton.

Details of the roadshow are:

Auckland:        5.30-7.30pm    Mon 13 Nov, Rydges Hotel

Hamilton:        5.30-7.30pm    Tues 14 Nov, Novotel Tainui

Wellington:     5.30-7.30pm    Wed 15 Nov, James Cook Hotel

Christchurch:  12.00-1.30pm   Thurs 16 Nov, The George

Register here

 

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Thursday, 28 September 2017 22:25

Broome: For the hopeful archaeologists

The Kimberley in Western Australia has the world’s largest dinosaur footprints and the Broome coastline is renowned for 130-million-year-old dinosaur footprints stretching from Roebuck Bay in the south and over 150 kilometres north along the Dampier Peninsula.

Recently, dinosaur footprints were discovered in the main tourist area of Cable Beach, directly in front of the resorts and shops.

Bart Pigram from Bart Pigram from Narlijia Cultural Tours takes clients to see footprints around Broome as well as Broome Hovercraft Tours.

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