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Magic Travellers Network – New Season Brochures

 

2008/09 Magic Travellers Network – New Season Brochures

 

Magic Travellers Network is pleased to announce the launch of the 2008/09 new season brochures, valid 01 October 2008 – 30 September 2009.

The brochures incorporate feedback and information from both passengers and agents, the result being a collection of fantastic looking brochures that are even more user friendly and full of valuable information for travellers to New Zealand.

Additions to the 2008/09 brochures include:

A change to the South Island touring route with coaches now going via Methven, a great kiwi town with much to offer, especially over the winter months when it becomes the base for Mt Hutt ski field.

A comprehensive list of free inclusions for Magic passengers – From Dune boarding to walking on the Auckland Harbour Bridge to Tane Mahuta, God of the Forest, to name a few.

The creation of a dedicated Christchurch brochure featuring a range of Magic Transport passes with options of starting and finishing in Christchurch.

To order brochures or to arrange a visit from a sales representative please contact Tracey Kenny tracey@magicbus.co.nz or phone +64 9 358 5600.

Make every New Zealand day count. Do more with Magic.

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