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Flamin' Galah Sydney Tours Press Release from New Zealand

After recently attending a Destination New South Wales New Product Workshop, Flamin' Galah have enjoyed plenty of exposure for Home and Away tours, via a media newsletter that gets sent out across New Zealand to agents and wholesalers.

After recently attending a Destination New South Wales New Product Workshop, Flamin' Galah have enjoyed plenty of exposure for Home and Away tours, via a media newsletter that gets sent out across New Zealand to agents and wholesalers.

Written by Stu Freeman the director of ProMag, Auckland, NZ

Agents with clients who dream about getting a photograph taken with the heart-throb Brax or who have an overwhelming desire to visit Alf’s Bait Shop can ensure they have their wish granted by the Sydney tour operator Flamin’ Galah.  The company operates Home and Away tours, heading from The Rocks to the northern suburbs and Palm Beach – where the fictional destination of Summer Bay can be found.  Al Wilson, of Flamin’ Galah, says the Home and Away Tour is his biggest seller and it was what he promoted to product managers at the Destination New South Wales new product workshops in Auckland last week.  Al says that although he can’t actually guarantee that punters will be able to get a photo with Brax (or any other of the characters) there is always a 50-50 chance that on location filming will be taking place when the tours arrive at Summer Bay. ‘We want Kiwis to know more about it. There are people out there who just have to go where Home and Away is filmed – they want to put their feet firmly on Home and Away soil.’ He says the three and a half hour tour is not just for fans of the show – though obviously knowing something about the show will help. ‘We have accompanying partners who don’t think they will enjoy the tour, but they really do. The scenery up there is fantastic, so it’s not just about Home and Away.’ The tour concludes in Manly and passengers get the ferry back to central Sydney from there.

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