Win a chance to visit Australia in Spring 2023 – complete your training now!

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‘Come and Say G’day’
Register here for your chance to visit Australia!


Australia’s borders are now OPEN to ALL travelers!

From the stunning world-class natural beauty of the landscapes and wildlife to vibrant modern cities and the deliciously diverse culinary delights that only Australia has to offer. Let’s not forget our warm and friendly people, who are excited to welcome back the world for their next vacation.


‘Come and Say G’day’ is an invitation to spend time with us, get to know us, eat with us, drink with us, tell stories, share adventures with us, and above all – embrace the experience that is Australia with us!

Become an Aussie Specialist today so you can inspire your clients to ‘Come and Say G’day’ Down Under. Plus, you’ll be in the running to win:


  • 1 spot on a Spring 2023 fam trip to Australia


All you need to do is complete the following by November 30, 2022:



Plus, you will love the ongoing benefits of becoming an Aussie Specialist which include exclusive invites to webinars, competitions, quizzes, special events and fam trips to Australia!


Get started today, just click on the image of Ruby the souvenir kangaroo and Louie the toy unicorn to watch the 9-minute short film ‘G’day’


Learn more about Tourism Australia


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