From New Zealand to Cairns and Australia, here is TTG’s list of the hottest products on offer for Australasia.
New Zealand specialist Silver Fern Holidays has introduced tour extension packages to the Cook Islands and Fiji for the first time.
A four-night add- on stay on Viti Levu within the Fijian archipelago costs from £499pp.
Cruise Whitsunday’s underwater Reefsuites are now bookable by the trade.
Prices start from around £421pp including return catamaran transfers and overnight accommodation in Australia’s first underwater accommodation.
New to Travel 2’s portfolio is the five-star Bailey, A Crystalbrook Collection Resort in Cairns.
Prices for a 10-day trip start from £1,789pp including four nights’ B&B at Bailey, A Crystalbrook Collection Resort and flights.
Premier Holidays has announced a new self-drive tour of Western Australia.
The 12-night Western Australia Explorer Tour visits Perth, Cervantes, Kalbarri, Monkey Mia, Carnarvon and Exmouth. Prices start from £2,299pp.
Ace Hotel is opening its first outpost in Australia in 2021. Ace Hotel Sydney in Surrey Hills will feature 264 rooms, a ground-floor lobby bar, restaurant and cafe, as well as a rooftop bar and restaurant.
In May 2020, APT ambassador John Torode will host a residency in the Kimberley.
The TV chef will cook up a feast using local ingredients at Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodges, before joining guests to dine under the stars.
Darwin is currently home to the Tropical tropical sun outdoor art installation, a series of eight illuminated sculptures created by British artist Bruce Monro of Uluru’s Fields of Light fame.
The free exhibition will remain open until 30 April 2020.
BridgeClimb Sydney has teamed up with two of Australia’s most celebrated restaurants, Quay and Bennelong, for a package allowing clients to climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge, then dine overlooking the arches from either eatery.
As part of its new 2020/21 programme, AAT Kings has introduced a Central Australia Short Breaks series featuring Active and Leisurely trips.
The 10 breaks range from two to five days, with departures in April 2020 and March 2021.