Australia and New Zealand have always been closely linked, and now with travel bubbles and corridors becoming a reality, they will be the first international destinations for the region’s HNWI travellers. With unique destinations and experiences on both sides of Tasman eager to welcome back visitors from both domestic locations and abroad, what opportunities await their domestic markets?
In just under a week the ‘doors’ will open for the first time on a very different kind of Luxperience. For an industry that is all about experience and grounded very much in the value of face-to-face interaction, the decision to move the event into a fully virtual environment for the first time was not taken lightly. Ahead of next week’s event, we speak to the Luxperience team about what they are most looking forward to and why this year will be a new look for luxury events.
With a new travel bubble with New Zealand, as the weather warms up, take a chance to explore some of the best wineries in Oz and NZ.
Revitalisation of an eternal beauty through its cultural sites, historical residences and precious terraces.
For the Australian tourism board, responsible tourism is high up on their agenda, having become an integral part of business decisions and planning. Meaningful stays, sustainable dining and preserving Aboriginal culture – discover sustainable Australian experiences, for the conscious traveller.
No overseas travel? No problem with these super luxe spa retreats around Australia.
Proud member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Santorini Secret Suites & Spa is located in the famous Caldera of Oia, and invites your travel clients to unlock the secret to luxury in sought-after Santorini.
Luxperience is excited to announce that as part of our 2020 Virtual Event, you can now register to attend the Luxperience Education program. Find out more about who you can look forward to hearing from.
Private visits to traditional artisans, making sushi with a master, hiking in unexpected pristine mountains, find out how to take a deeper dive into Tokyo’s cultural and natural treasures…
Next month, Quentin Long, Co-Founder of Australian Traveller Media joins us for Luxperience Virtual 2020. We take a look back at Australian Traveller’s reboot of Tourism Australia’s ‘Holiday Here This Year’ campaign, and consider how domestic travel will be vital for kickstarting Australian tourism.