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NZ’s only domestic travel expo showcasing the best of NZ

September 29-30 2018 brings together the best regions, accommodation and operators under one roof showcasing what you can see and do within our own country. With a large selection from all over NZ, whether it’s a long weekend, short mini break or a longer holiday we have all these covered.

Being held at the Ellerslie Event Centre in Auckland, the venue provides a stunning backdrop for the public to attend and see where they can take their next holiday. With accommodation providers, regional organisations, activity operators including cycle trails throughout NZ there are options for all visitors.

Heading up the South Island contingent Christchurch Airport is the hub for all your travel arrangements. Working with them are all the regions from Christchurch & Canterbury right up to Nelson & Marlborough. Within these regions you can also check out some activities such as Cycle Journeys tours or a leisurely cruise with Affinity Cruises.

Showcasing other parts of the South Island we have Enterprise Dunedin. Representing the region and everything it has to offer including the Royal Albatross Centre.

Attending the expo you will get extensive special offers for your holiday and you will have the opportunity to enter a number of prize draws from exhibitors.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Key Information:
• NZ Experience Travel Expo 29-30 September 2018
• Held at Ellerslie Event Centre with FREE ENTRY & FREE PARKING
• Wide range of NZ exhibitors showcasing what they have to offer
• To register for your free ticket & go in the draw to win our main prize click here https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/nz-experience-travel-expo-2018-tickets-47577373204
• To keep up to date
o www.nzexperienceexpo.co.nz
o Facebook - facebook.com/nzexperiencexpo/
o Twitter - @nzexperiencexpo

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