Grand Pacific Tours, the New Zealand Luxury Coach Holiday specialist, has announced the dates of their ‘New Zealand Comes to Town’ Luxury Coach Expo!
The Expo will be held in six locations over six days and includes a morning presentation with New Zealand tourism experts and guest performers Mandy and Jason Pickering.
“The New Zealand Comes to Town Expo is a great opportunity to meet top tourism operators from New Zealand and learn about how New Zealand’s stunning scenery and rich culture makes it such a great holiday destination”, said Managing Director Peter Harding.
“People thinking about taking a coach tour can get on board our Gold Class Coach at the Expo and really get a feel for what it will be like touring around New Zealand. Our professional Coach Captains will also be on hand to answer questions and give a first-hand account of the enjoyment all travellers experience”, he continued.
Guest performer Mandy Pickering was the grand final winner of the 2009 New Zealand ‘Stars in Their Eyes’ television programme. Following her success, Mandy released her debut self-titled album and has just released her new single, Anything For You. Her partner Jason, has been involved in Christchurch’s music scene for many years and is the co-designer and inspiration behind the ‘Heart Strings’ guitar, an idea that supported the city of Christchurch.
Grand Pacific Tours will be giving attendees the opportunity to win a 19 Day New Zealand Rail, Cruise & Coach Holiday for two people valued at over $10, 200.
Exclusive one day only specials will also be available on the day of the Expo.
Entry fee is $5 per person including delicious light refreshments and a show bag of goodies.
The New Zealand Comes to Town Expo will be held at:
Brisbane on Sunday 5th August
Coffs Harbour on Monday 6th August
Terrigal on Tuesday 7th August
Sydney on Wednesday 8th August
Canberra on Thursday 9th August
Melbourne on Friday 10th August.
For more information on the New Zealand Comes to Town Expo or to RSVP contact Grand Pacific Tours on 1800 622 768 or visit www.grandpacifictours.com