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Australian Geographic Travel appoints Bryan Arnicar as its representative

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Australian Geographic Travel has appointed Bryan Arnicar, owner of Unique Boutique Collection, as its representative for the UK, Europe and North America in order to create unforgettable travel experiences with purpose.

For over 36 years, Australian Geographic has shared the essence and spirit of Australia through its meticulously crafted and beautifully presented stories and photography. The company was created when Australian Geographic acquired 50% of the highly respected travel company, Insight Australia Travel.

Australian Geographic Travel allows its travellers to immerse themselves in breathtaking landscapes, bird watching, hiking and active wildlife conservation projects, all whilst enjoying authentic and supportive interactions with local people and Australia’s ancient First Nations culture.

The company currently offers a choice of over 30 itineraries all bookable via their website: https://www.australiangeographic.com.au/exceptional-travel-experiences/

“Australian Geographic Travel is delighted to be working with Bryan and his team to help strengthen our international presence as we offer small group, sustainable, Australian experiences to nature and culture lovers around the globe.” Managing Director, Birgit Bourne commented on the appointment.

The small group tour options cover many Australian destinations including Arnhem Land and the MacDonnell Ranges in the Northern Territory, The Daintree Forest, Cape Tribulation and Fraser Island in Queensland, Raymond Island and East Gippsland in Victoria, Eyre Peninsula and Kangaroo Island in South Australia, Maria Island and Bruny Island in Tasmania, the Stirling Ranges and Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia, plus many more.



London based Bryan Arnicar said, “I am proud to be representing such an iconic brand. The Australian Geographic Travel tours allow travellers to explore while respecting and preserving the diversity and beauty of local wildlife, landscapes, culture and people. I know travellers and the travel industry across the UK, Europe and North America will be as excited as I am to learn more about these unique touring opportunities, and I look forward to being able to support them.”

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