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Pools Photographers Capture Magic Moments

Pools Photographers Capture Magic Moments

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Media Release for immediate use: Tuesday 26 February 2008


Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa now has professional photographers on site to capture those magic moments.

Australasia’s leading tourism photography company Magic Memories has set up in partnership with Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa, to provide visitors to the pools with the opportunity to purchase the perfect souvenir shot.

“We have been planning this new venture with Magic Memories for more than a year and have timed the introduction to coincide with the opening of our new i-SITE Visitors’ Centre,” says Graeme Abbot, General Manager of Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa.

“Photos taken by the Magic Memories team are presented in beautiful commemorative packaging. Visitors to the pools can pick them up as they leave the complex or through the internet.”

Magic Memories provides tourism photography at more than 40 attractions throughout New Zealand and Australia, including the Skyline Gondola in Queenstown and Rotorua, Shotover Jet and the Sydney Tower.

Graeme Abbot says the Magic Memories team is now well settled in Hanmer and on-hand to offer top quality photographic souvenirs of your visit to the pools complex.

Magic Memories is located at the exit to the Thermal Pools in the new i-SITE shop and all photos are taken with no obligation to purchase.


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