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Bunnik Tours Teams Up With The South Australian Tourism Commission

Bunnik Tours is pleased to be partnering with the South Australian Tourism Commission to promote its unique range of small group tours in its home state.

Bunnik Tours is pleased to be partnering with the South Australian Tourism Commission to promote its unique range of small group tours in its home state.

Bunnik Tours has announced that it has partnering with the SATC on a campaign to promote its small group tours in South Australia.

“As a family-owned South Australian based business we’re proud to partner with the SATC to showcase what our great state has to offer” said CEO, Dennis Bunnik.

Bunnik has been joining many of the South Australian departures himself, guiding Australians across the state and sharing in some tastebud-tingling food and wine experiences.

“It’s been a wonderful silver lining through the events of the past year to be able to escort so many of our groups myself.

Connecting with so many Australians who truly love to travel has given me such great hope for a bright future ahead” said Bunnik.

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Jacobs Creek. Credit: SATC

True to its small group tour philosophy, Bunnik says travellers will explore the beauty of South Australia travelling on full-size coaches with plenty of space to spread out. The small group tours are capped at a maximum of 20 travellers; meaning more space, less time waiting and better views for everyone.

South Australia is world-renowned for its wine regions, many of which are visited on the 12-day Discover South Australia itinerary.

Travellers will indulge in some top wine experiences, from the northern valleys of the Barossa and Clare, the scenic Adelaide Hills in the east and McLaren Vale, the gorgeous region to the south.

They’ll witness the breathtaking beauty of Kangaroo Island and the expansiveness of Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges.

All tour group sizes are no more than 20 travellers with all sightseeing, accommodation and many meals included in the price of $4,995.00 per person, twin-share for the Discover South Australia small group tour.

Clients have the opportunity to travel with Dennis Bunnik on the June and July departures.

To help make selling even easier, Bunnik Tours says it has loaded its agent portal with marketing assets to support the campaign and will also host a Facebook live session on Thursday 13 May, 2:30pm AEST with National Sales Manager, Zoe Francis. The ten-minute presentation will be packed with hidden insights into what Bunnik Tours loves about their home state.

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