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NZ Experience Travel Expo – Domestic Travel Showcase

NZ Experience Travel Expo – Domestic Travel Showcase

NZ’s first domestic travel expo showcasing the best of NZ to the public

Auckland: September 16-17 2017 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 we have the country covered 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.

Offering a range of deals, attendees can expect to book their holiday in one location and get the best deals available. Whether it’s a trip to the South Island landing at Christchurch airport and exploring what Canterbury and the Top of the South has to offer including a rail journey to the west coast or a weekend away in the Bay of Plenty - the options are endless.

Key Information:

• NZ Experience Travel Expo 16-17 September 2017

• Held at Ellerslie Event Centre with FREE ENTRY & FREE PARKING

• 50 exhibitors showcasing what they have to offer

• To keep up to date


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