ATAS is a national accreditation scheme for Australian travel agents.
Always look for the ATAS symbol when buying travel be it in-store or online.

Use the map or search for your nearest industry accredited travel agent using the fields above.

COVID-19 Update: The Australian Federation of Travel agents (AFTA) and our network of professional industry accredited ATAS travel agents are currently experiencing exceptionally large volumes of calls and emails requesting information to cancel, change, rebook and alter bookings.  We ask for your patience and understanding during this time. Whilst every customer is important, requests are being prioritised based on departure dates. 
View our COVID-19 Travel Advice for Consumers.

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