South Australia tourism and Qantas team up for new promotion

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LOS ANGELES – It’s time to start planning travel to South Australia because starting on November 1 through December 31, 2010, the South Australia Tourism Commission and Qantas Airways have partnered t

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LOS ANGELES – It’s time to start planning travel to South Australia because starting on November 1 through December 31, 2010, the South Australia Tourism Commission and Qantas Airways have partnered to offer unlimited flights for two for one year to South Australia—the “WOW” state! Renowned for its unique blend of Wine, Outback, and Wildlife, one lucky traveler and a guest, who will be selected on January 15, 2011, will be able to fly to South Australia for one full year to explore the diverse touring options the state has to offer. To learn more about travel to the region and to register, visit www.unlimitedflightstoaustralia.com.

Travelers to South Australia will have the opportunity to retrace Australia’s Brand Ambassador Chef Tom Colicchio’s recent trip to the region, activities like cuddling a koala and shark diving off the rugged coast of Port Lincoln, to savoring regional delicacies and creating a personal wine blend, Chef Colicchio’s diverse travel experiences are only a small sampling of what the region holds in store.

Those interested in traveling to the state can take advantage of great flights and package deals with Qantas Vacations for a limited time only. Visit the website to learn about the fantastic deals one can take advantage of when booking online at www.unlimitedflightstoaustralia.com.

About South Australia

South Australia is home to Kangaroo Island (known as the “Galapagos of Australia”), the famed Barossa wine region, and Adelaide, the charming capital city. South Australia, the fourth largest of Australia’s six states, is located in the southern half of the country. South Australia is a haven for wine lovers. Over 60% of all exported Australian wines come from the state’s top wine regions—the Barossa Valley, the Clare Valley, the Coonawarra, and more. Soft adventure activities such as hiking, diving, and mountain biking abound in this nature-filled state. Some of the best places to glimpse it are the stunning Kangaroo Island, rugged Flinders Ranges, and enchanting Gawler Ranges. Known as the “Gateway to the Outback,” South Australia is also home to Coober Pedy, the world’s opal mining capital.

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