Gold Medal puts Oceania in focus

Gold Medal puts Oceania in focus

Gold Medal has released an Australia, New Zealand & South Pacific brochure which features seven new properties and 12 new experiences.

In Gold Medal’s latest publication, new hotels include Crown Towers Sydney; ever-growing destinations such as Perth in Western Australia and escorted tours including ‘Melbourne to Adelaide via the Great Ocean Road’.

To celebrate the launch, Gold Medal is offering the chance to win one of two prizes. To win a 2024 seven-day New Zealand motorhome holiday for two people, agents must make a Gold Medal booking to Australia, New Zealand or South Pacific between now and October 5. Agents who book a Maui, Britz or Apollo motorhome will receive an extra entry into the draw. 

Agents should email win@goldmedal.co.uk with the subject line ‘Take me to New Zealand’, along with their name, ABTA number and booking reference before October 5 to be entered.

In partnership with Western Australia, Gold Medal are also giving agents the chance to win a £4,000 holiday fund for a trip to the west coast state. Agents must make a Gold Medal Australia, New Zealand or South Pacific booking between now and October 5 to enter the prize draw, with a double entry for agents who make bookings to Western Australia.

Agents should email win@goldmedal.co.uk with the subject line ‘Take me to Western Australia’, along with their name, ABTA number and booking reference before October 5 to be entered.

Gold Medal is also providing double Farebank Rewards on Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific packages booked August 24 – September 21.

Following the launch of their Australia, New Zealand & South Pacific brochure, Gold Medal will be releasing its Far East brochure in September, and Florida brochure in November.

goldmedal.co.uk

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