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Partnership aims to boost Australian Chinese visitation

A campaign between Destination NSW and UnionPay International which aims to encourage Chinese people to visit and spend more in Sydney and NSW, was launched this week by the Deputy Premier and Minister for Tourism and Major Events, Troy Grant.

A campaign between Destination NSW and UnionPay International which aims to encourage Chinese people to visit and spend more in Sydney and NSW, was launched this week by the Deputy Premier and Minister for Tourism and Major Events, Troy Grant. 

“This cooperative partnership campaign is fantastic news for our State’s visitor economy and its business owners. UnionPay International is the international business arm of China UnionPay, which has more than 4.5 billion cardholders worldwide and the company’s home country is NSW’s number one inbound tourism market,” Mr Grant said.

“NSW is the only state in Australia to have secured this innovative partnership, which is designed to attract more visitors from China by offering special deals to cardholders who purchase travel to Sydney and NSW. Further offers will be available to cardholders who shop with their UnionPay card while they are in our great State.”

This initiative is great news for Flamin' Galah Sydney Tours and Airport Transfers as the company is always keen to connect the Chinese market to its ever popular selection of private charters and customised tours.  These tours are designed for large families or groups and allow people to have complete flexibility over their chosen day out.  Flamin' Galah can offer private tours to amlost anywhere in and around Sydney.  Just a few of the popular destinations include Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley, Sydney city sights tours, dolphin watching Port Stephens and one of our favourite trips is south towards Kiama and the Grand Pacific Drive.

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