Ireland is amazing and Agents are multi-taskers. Agent Melanie Sherry managed to join the live and engage with the industry partners all whilst cooking dinner and wrangling kids!

If you missed it or want to rewatch the episode, click here. If you’d like a quick rundown on the webinar, we’ve got you covered. Read on for the top five takeaways.

1. The Irish Whiskey Museum sells over 100 varieties of Irish Whiskey

karryon-Irish Whisky Museum Dublin

The Irish Whiskey Museum is the only independent whiskey attraction in Ireland and tells visitors the unbiased history of Irish Whiskey. Tours are led by a guide through its themed rooms, each room representing a phase of Irish history.

Hot tip: Nicola McDonnell from The Irish Whiskey Museum likes Red Breast 12 year old and Knappogue Castle 12 year old. These may not be available in Australia so plan your trip now.


2. We took a virtual walk through EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum

EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum is the world’s first fully digital museum. Having been opened for just over 3 years, EPIC discovers, through 20 interactive galleries, why Irishness is celebrated around the world.


3. Resources to continue a deep dive into Dublin


We were pointed to this great link as THE place to go to get more great tips on all things Dublin.


4. There’s a wealth of resources available


As well as the Tourism Ireland’s trade website another great site to visit is Tourism Ireland’s website It’s predominantly for consumers but it’s full of great information with trip ideas and itineraries, route planners, top attractions in different regions, travel advice, accommodation listings and more. Everything you could possibly need to know when planning a trip to Ireland for your clients.


5. It’s never been easier to get to the island of Ireland


From Australia and New Zealand there are a range of one-stop connections available through the Middle East with Emirates, Etihad and Qatar as well as the seasonal route through Hong Kong with Cathay.


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