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Topdeck launches Australia New Zealand brochure

7 March 2013

Topdeck launches Australia New Zealand brochure

Topdeck has released its Australia & New Zealand 2013 -2014 brochure featuring over 50 trips with over 3000 departure dates.

New itineraries include the 21-day Cosmopolitan & Cairns which travels from Melbourne to Cairns and includes Sydney, Byron Bay, the Gold Coast, a 4WD experience on Fraser Island, a goat rodeo in the bush and overnight sailing in the Whitsundays from NZ$4315* + AU$10 Reef Tax local payment per person. It also features a new day trip to the Great Barrier Reef to snorkel with colourful fish, sea turtles and manta rays.

In New Zealand, the 6-day Southern Explorer Christchurch roundtrip includes an optional half-day hike on Fox Glacier, a visit to the adrenalin capital of Queenstown, a cruise through the breathtaking Milford Sound deep in ‘Lord of the Rings’ country, an overnight lodge stay in the fjordland and a sheep farm experience from NZ$1235*.

A 5% discount applies to trips booked and paid in full 6 months in advance and 10% for trips booked and paid 12 months in advance.

Topdeck is also offering a free one way flight between Australia and New Zealand when you book any Australia trip over 10 days, plus a New Zealand trip*.

Topdeck has rolled out free Wi-Fi aboard its vehicles in most parts of Australia and New Zealand, enabling travellers to get online during travel days for the majority of the trips in the brochure.

For more information contact Topdeck on 0800 525 366 or visit www.topdeck.travel or your local travel agent.

Topdeck also includes a range of ‘Totally Topdeck’ value added experiences to selected trips in Australia and New Zealand. They are quintessential experiences that Topdeck believes all travellers should have without having to pay extra on top of the trip cost.

These amazing experiences include surf lessons at Topdeck Surf Lodge in New South Wales; overnight liveaboard sailing in Queensland’s Whitsunday Islands with a visit to world-famous Whitehaven Beach; guided 4WD tour of World Heritage Listed Fraser Island in Queensland; Great Barrier Reef catamaran cruise; nature cruise though Milford Sound in NZ’s Fiordland National Park; and Maori Marae stay in Rotorua New Zealand, the heart of Maori culture.

* Terms & conditions apply. Free flight consists of a single adult one-way flight between Brisbane/Sydney/Melbourne and Auckland or Christchurch or vice-versa. Flight and Topdeck NZ/AUS trip will be booked upon receipt of final trip payment. Offer does not apply to any Topdeck trips outside of NZ/AUS. Standard terms and conditions of travel apply. Travel is subject to availability. Offer only valid for new bookings. Offer is not combinable with any other offer. Non-transferable and offer has no cash value. Travel must be booked between 01-MAR-13 and 30-APR-13. Discount can only be applied to travel prior to 01-DEC-13. Luggage, transfers and any additional costs not articulated as included by Topdeck are the responsibility of the traveller.

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