Need some inspo for Christmas gifts this year? Well, Journey Beyond has officially launched its online Gift Shop—sharing special places and shaping lasting memories—in time for the holidays.
While not everyone is able to experience these special places right now, guests and fans can celebrate a travel memory with a souvenir of a past trip, or a gift in anticipation of a future adventure.
Alternatively, and in line with Tourism Australia’s ‘Give the Gift of Travel’ campaign, Journey Beyond has released gift vouchers that can also be purchased, to gift loved ones with an authentic Australian tourism experience of their choosing.
The online Gift Shop features brand new merchandise from iconic Journey Beyond brands including The Ghan, Indian Pacific, Outback Spirit, Cruise Whitsundays, Rottnest Express, Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef, Darwin Harbour Cruises and Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures.
Guests and fans of these brands can now take a piece of their journey home with them, with additional merchandise to be added soon for Eureka Skydeck, Eureka89 and Journey Beyond Cruise Sydney.
Journey Beyond Chief Commercial Officer Peter Egglestone said the online Gift Shop, was a natural extension to the gifts available in market on Journey Beyond trains, cruises, and lodges.
“Our new merchandise range has something for everyone. From smiling quokkas and fun puzzles through to high-end luggage, jackets and sunglasses, the gifts reflect the iconic places, destinations and locations of our experiences from the turquoise waters of Ningaloo Reef through to the deep ochres of the Red Centre,” Mr Egglestone said.
“We’re seeing more and more the hunger for travel and one of the best ways to feed this wanderlust is through the gift of travel, which is why our gift vouchers are the perfect addition to our online gift store.
“To reflect our experiences that are synonymous with the Australian landscape, we’ve engaged with Indigenous artist Jordan Lovegrove of the Ngarrindjeri people.
“He has interpreted the journeys of The Ghan and Indian Pacific and represented them in these visually stunning pieces. His artwork is featured on a limited-edition range, which includes hats, tote bags, drink bottles, keep cups and notebooks.”
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