Australia Travel Advice - A Premier Aussie Specialist

The Premier Aussie Specialist group is for those Aussie Specialists with a record of establishing Australia as the ultimate travel destination, and promoting the notion why "There's Nothing Like Australia."

The official body that promotes Australia as an attractive tourist destination is Tourism Australia. Tourism Australia manages a fabulous tourism web site www.australia.com which has been recognized by Skift in their ‘Best-25 Tourism Websites 2016’ list.

Premier Aussie Specialists are an elite group of travel specialists dedicated to arranging Australian itineraries. This title is designated by Tourism Australia. Besides having completed extensive training and being well-conversant with destination products, Premier agents possess an intimate knowledge of Australia, and an extensive network of travel contacts, which in turn can ensure that all consumers enjoy great travel experiences 'down under'.

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Tourism Australia originally introduced the Aussie Specialist (www.aussiespecialist.com) program over 20-years ago, and revamped the successful online training program last year to recognize and certify active travel agents promoting Australian tourism. 

Premier specialists are listed on Tourism Australia’s website so that consumers can be directed straight to them.

So, what’s the difference between an Aussie Specialist, and a Premier Aussie Specialist?

Whilst both sets of agents have undertaken extensive training on destination Australia, when a consumer visits www.australia.com, they can then choose to connect directly with a listed Premier Aussie Specialist for more info, if needed. There are only 100 Premier Aussie Specialists across North America.

We’re delighted to announce that AussieTripAdvisor has just been recognized as a Premier Aussie Specialist by Tourism Australia.

Jonathan Campbell

Aussie Trip Advisor, 12H Nob Hill, Roseland NJ 07068

Aussie Trip Advisor hand-craft Australian itineraries on a fee-for-service basis