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On Tuesday 15 May 2018 at Bangalow Bowlo, Kathryn Watson from Travel Managers will be hosting a travel presentation by a number of firms. Refreshments will be provided, discounts and specials will be available, and you might win a lucky door prize.

‘Travel has always been one of my greatest passions,’ says Kathryn, ‘and after many years working as a travel agent on the Sunshine Coast, I recently relocated to Bangalow where I am now operating a mobile service within Bangalow and the Byron Shire.’

Kathryn offers a full range of travel services, including but not limited to flights, accommodation, coach tours, rail, cruises, car hire, sightseeing, travel insurance, and especially tailor-made itineraries.

‘I also provide 24/7 support in the event of an emergency while you are away. Having travelled to more than 40 countries worldwide myself, I can both appreciate not only the joys, but also the challenges that my clients may encounter while travelling,’ she says.

‘When designing a holiday, attention to detail is what makes the difference, and that’s where I come in. Taking care of not only the big things, but also the small details that make a holiday truly unique. A website cannot give you this same level of personalised service.’

Presentations will be by:

Bunnik Tours: they offer small group tours with a maximum of just 20 passengers, allowing you to connect with people, places and culture and enjoy more immersive experiences that are difficult to access when travelling alone and logistically impossible for a large tour group.

Uniworld: they feature luxurious ships with an average capacity of 130 guests, including shore excursions, world-class cuisine, and personalised hospitality. As the world’s only authentic boutique cruise line Uniworld claims to have impeccable service and more dedicated staff than any other river cruise line, exclusive excursions, and gourmet cuisine. Discover the great rivers of Europe, Russia, India, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Egypt.

Oceania Cruises: they say that there is simply no better way to explore your world than aboard the elegant ships of Oceania Cruises, with unique itineraries featuring the most fascinating destinations and desirable ports throughout the world.

More info: 2pm on Tues 15 May at Bangalow Bowlo, 21 Byron Bay Road, Bangalow
RSVP by 10 May to Kathryn Watson, Personal Travel Manager. M: 0412 647 204
Email: [email protected]

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