We’ve been here, there and everywhere; sharing experiences and the latest news, exploring and discovering the world and giving back to the community.
Here are all the news stories published across the travel industry media throughout the year.
The announcement of a date for the opening of a trans-Tasman travel bubble has sparked hope among many that a recovery for the Australian travel industry may be, if not exactly on the horizon, at least somewhere not too far beyond it. However, industry insiders […]
It is an outcome that is made even more impressive by the fact that Tanya and her clients were still in lockdown when she achieved these bookings, meaning that all correspondence had to take place remotely.
The team at Travel Weekly met with our very own Sandra Leslie, Supplier Relationship Executive, over ginger prawns while she played her favourite Eminem songs.
In October 2019, TravelManagers’ Maria Pandalai visited Papua New Guinea on a nine-day famil with Intrepid Travel. It was a fascinating experience, and one that would eventually lead the Queensland-based personal travel manager (PTM) to fulfil a long-held ambition to become a published travel writer
With 35 years’ experience in the travel industry under her belt, personal travel manager (PTM) Robbie Barrett has a client base of avid travellers who are eagerly awaiting the time when they can revive holiday plans that have been on ice for much of 2020.
Kerrin Poupos has shifted her focus to rebuilding her business with a more domestic focus, with a fresh mindset that’s all about growth, learning and reigniting her passion for the industry and career she has loved for more than sixteen years
The recent border closures to South Australia meant this golfing group had to curtail their trip, they were however able to enjoy one final day of golfing, knowing their trusted PTM was taking care of the business of getting them home
Personal travel manager, Frances Cream, talks about how she has successfully changed the thinking of her clientele who travelled only internationally, to exploring our own back yard.