Tasmania, an island at the edge of the world, was made for outdoor adventure and seeing wildlife up close. With nearly half the state protected by national parks and reserves, it is one of the last great temperate wilderness areas on Earth. Enthusiasts come to Tasmania for walking, mountain biking, golf, fly fishing, and to experience their passion in a way like never before. An array of adventures along with Tasmanian hospitality and stunning environments elevate experiences to beyond the ordinary.
Epic adventures abound in Tassie: whether it is walking among lush green forests, rugged alpine plains, or dramatic natural formations, taking a dip at white sandy, uncrowded beaches, or kayaking to spot platypus.
Explorers and adventure seekers can walk among rainforests of towering eucalyptus and giant 1,000 year old King Billy pines, see wombats, wallabies and Tasmanian devils up close, and rejuvenate with yoga and wellness, while breathing in pristine, pure air. Meanwhile, the island state’s reputation for incredible local produce, particularly cheese, seafood, cool climate wines, artisan beers, whiskey and gin ensures visitors will be well-fed (and well-imbibed).
This webinar is designed for tour operators, wholesalers, travel advisors/agents and media interested in discovering the diversity of Tasmania, Australia’s island state.
About The Expert
Karen Stotz, Marketing Manager for North America, Tourism Tasmania
Karen has been promoting travel to Tasmania in North America for over 20 years. Her role includes working with travel trade to help them grow their business to Tasmania through marketing activities, education and training, new program development, and product expansion.
Tasmania was named as a top place to visit in 2021 by Conde Nast Traveler. The state continues to grow in popularity, with visitors finding Tasmania to be the antidote to modern day stresses, providing the ability to find the simple things in life – through connection, authenticity and the natural rugged/beautiful landscapes.
Karen resides in Tennessee but covers all regions of the US and Canada. She also works closely with Tourism Tasmania’s PR Manager based in New York. Feel free to type in your questions during today’s webinar or you can contact her directly - her email address shown at the end of the presentation today.
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