Are there any upsides to travel restrictions? It’s hard to forget the fun and excitement of real travel….
But here’s an idea !…
With real time travel currently impacted in the near future, now is a good time to focus on your research.
You already have places on your bucket list. In 2021 you are bound to find new experiences – added by creative operators who adapt to changing times.
There’s a plethora of exciting fresh online resources to satisfy the most experienced traveller.
Want to see why Australia is still a hot destination to visit ?
Here are 2 short videos we have selected to remind you why Australia excites travellers.
(Even if you live here, you may be surprised.…and you’ll likely feel grateful to be holed up in such a beautiful corner of the planet.)
Our top 2 videos of travel ideas for Sydney and beyond
Love the Arts and Culture?. Here is a great video with links to virtual tours of Australia’s top cultural experiences. Choose your state and select your interests. From exhibitions to indigenous tours there’s a lot to choose – and it’s up to-date
If you have time this virtual tour of Sydney shows Sydney harbour – stunning even in a lockdown. It’s a leisurely 22 minutes with occasional commentary.
Now you are ready to book when restrictions are lifted
Who wants to miss out when we have waited so long? With cancellation policies now more flexible, it’s even easier to get excited.
Wait…..and there’s more!
To assist with your research, you ‘ll find lots of videos and detailed information on our accessible Sydney experiences here.
We’ve selected our favourite local stories, sights and lifestyle to include in our experiences from the ocean to the mountains. ( Maybe that’s why Tourism NSW honoured us with Excellence in Accessible Tourism award ?)
This 90 sec video gives you a snapshot of the delight enjoyed by our clients.
So, if you would like to ‘travel now’ sit back in your favourite chair , or get a group of friends together- virtually of course- and enjoy these videos.
Good luck and have fun with your research!
If we can help with more information on exploring accessible Sydney, our team remains ready to help. You can call us on +612 93100200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org