#HolidayHereThisYear and receive $100 off these Victorian tours
Support our hard-hit regional tourism businesses by holidaying at home this Autumn
Right now, many of our local tourism operators are struggling to stay afloat. Tourist numbers have had a dramatic decline in the wake of recent events and small businesses are suffering.
The brutal bushfire season has affected many regions across the country, seriously impacting businesses over the usually busy Christmas holiday period. Coronavirus has also has the very rapid effect of sharp drop in tourist numbers from China.
Park Trek is a tourism operator based in Gippsland in regional Victoria, and we rely on countless other small regional businesses to support our tours – accommodation providers, restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, local galleries, boat operators, specialty tour guides and many more. Every tour we run involves not just our own staff but many local businesses in the regions that we visit.
To keep going through this difficult time, regional businesses desperately need our support. And people are keen to help. The ‘Holiday Here This Year’ sentiment is strong and #BookThemOut and #SpendWithThem hashtags are gaining momentum.
“Holiday Here This Year” and join one of Park Trek’s local tours – you will be supporting the many small regional businesses that make our tours possible.
We are offering $100 off tours to our own local region – Victoria’s bushfire-affected Gippsland region – as well as our tours to the Great Ocean Road, where the decline of Chinese tourists has been dramatic.
Take $100 off the following tours:
Sun 15 to Wed 18 March
Sat 28 to Tue 31 March
Great Ocean Walk – End to End Challenge – 7 days
Mon 13 to Sun 19 April
Wilsons Prom Lighthouse Walk – 5 days
Sun 22 to Thu 26 March
Join us in supporting regional tourism operators and keeping Australian small businesses going through this tough patch.
We encourage all walkers to keep on visiting their favourite hiking areas. Find out about trail conditions and if they are safe go for a walk, buy lunch at a cafe, buy snacks from the general store, and support our bushfire-affected areas.