NSW ATAS Travel Agents

Whether you're travelling around the globe or around the corner, a New South Wales travel agent with ATAS accreditation will have the tools, technology and training to deliver the ideal travel experience.

Whilst it's common for prospective travellers to consult a travel agent for complicated international itineraries, those travelling closer to home might be less inclined to do the same. And yet, if you're planning a trip within your home state of New South Wales, for example, an ATAS accredited New South Wales travel agent is equipped to provide precisely the same level of service you'd expect when heading abroad, bolstered by valuable local knowledge.

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Planning a holiday can be a time consuming and often confusing exercise. With so many travel deals and offers available at your fingertips from all kinds of sources, you can quickly find yourself down deep rabbit holes of irrelevant information. Blogs, reviews, deals that seem too good to be true, Pinterest boards, Instagram stories and Facebook Groups that try to be helpful but leave you more confused about visas, hotel room configurations and value than you were before you posted your question to the helpful group in the first place.

It all can be a bit overwhelming and, frankly, a bit baffling

There is another option: let a trusted professional ATAS travel agent join you in the driver’s seat and help you plan the perfect journey. Whether you need just a little help with a few details, or barely know where you’re going, your ATAS accredited travel agent will be the experience, tools and connections to really bring your holiday plans to life.

A New South Wales ATAS travel agent is your personal travel adviser, your doorman, your butler and concierge all rolled into one. They keep track of all your travel documentation, reminders, updates and payments all in one place. Plus, they have all the pre-departure tips and advice you need to know for just about every destination imaginable. Things like packing guides, foreign currency and insurance know-how, travel restrictions and alerts, and first-hand tips on the latest restaurants and activity hot-spots. With an ATAS accredited travel agent in your corner, you won’t miss a beat.

Travel agents unlock access to a network of special offers from legitimate, reliable sources. And their relationships with travel operators like hoteliers and cruise lines can deliver value-adds and inclusions not available to the average ‘Joe’ who clicks around the web, booking a bit here and a bit there. The relationships that ATAS accredited travel agents have with the travel suppliers and operators run deep. Work with a travel agent, and those relationships can come in very handy, not just during the planning and booking phase, but while you’re travelling, too.

Whether you’re planning a simple weekend away or the round-the-world trip of a lifetime, consult with a New South Wales ATAS travel agent and save yourself time and hassle, and travel with a professional in your corner.

Travel with an expert by your side

No travel agent has been absolutely everywhere and done everything. But many ATAS accredited New South Wales travel agents do specialise in particular travel niches like cruising, cycling holidays, secluded luxury getaways, sports tourism, overland expeditions or gourmet food-and-wine adventures. Likewise, many are experts in particular regions and destinations that they’re passionate about and have visited frequently. So when you walk into a local New South Wales travel agency, you’ll very likely find a brains-trust of valuable travel wisdom, insights and expertise. When you sit down with one, you can tap into the collective experience of the team.

A perk of being a travel agent, is travelling all over the world for your job! ATAS accredited travel agents regularly participate in ‘familiarisation’ trips as part of their professional development. As they travel and experience things first-hand, they connect personally with tourism operators and suppliers, putting hotels, airlines, cruise lines and tour companies to the test. These insights can be priceless when it comes to planning your own holiday or travels.

Finding the right travel agent to suit your travel needs is like finding your perfect hairdresser, lawyer or tradie—it’s a trial process. Finding an agent that understands the way you want to travel and the types of experiences you’re looking for takes time, like any relationship. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, seek a second opinion or find alternative options if it doesn’t feel right.

Find an ATAS accredited travel agent who really gets you, you’ll be on your way!

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New South Wales Travel agents make booking your holiday easy

Whether you're heading to Sydney, the Hunter Valley, the Blue Mountains, the ski fields or the far north coast, a local New South Wales travel agent can inspire, advise and take the hassle out of doing it all yourself. Becoming an ATAS-accredited travel agent is no walk in the park. New South Wales travel agents who seek ATAS accreditation work through a detailed, challenging application process with strict criteria that ensures only the very best travel agents bear the ATAS insignia.

New South Wales travel agents who receive their ATAS accreditation are required to conduct business in compliance with Australian Consumer Law and in accordance with the ATAS Charter and Code of Conduct. ATAS accredited agents are travel experts who can offer you access to a huge range of travel products and destinations across Australia and the world, the most reliable travel operators, special offers and VIP touches. They will provide you with friendly, efficient service and a hassle-free and convenient travel experience, from start to finish.

A NSW travel agent offers local insight and expert guidance

Like you, ATAS accredited travel agents love to travel. Their personal first-hand experience and local knowledge are just part of what makes them so invaluable. So, if you're planning a 'stay-cation' by taking a road trip or zipping from Sydney to Byron Bay with your favourite airline for a few days of fun in the sun, a New South Wales travel agent can be a source of information as fresh as any you'd find just about anywhere.

With your personalised holiday plans in the safe hands of an ATAS accredited travel agent, you'll travel with the confidence of someone backed by a professional, trusted travel expert. And if something unforeseen happens as you travel, your ATAS accredited travel agent will be in your corner working on a solution designed to let you carry on and make the most of your precious down-time.

As your well-planned holiday unfolds effortlessly around you, there's good sense in seeking out an ATAS accredited travel agent in your destination. Not only can they help with that sea kayaking adventure you spontaneously decided to book in Byron Bay, but they'll have a richness of insightful local knowledge to make sure that when you head out for kids dinner, you hit the Bangalow Bowlo and not The Balcony. You might also just find out which beach corner is cosy and warm when the afternoon northerly makes a mess of the beach at The Pass. Maybe you want to know when Byron's solar-powered train next sets off from town to take you out to Sunrise. Or, importantly, what time the last return service departs to bring you back.

Gourmet foodies, outdoor adventure and wildlife galore

Wherever you find yourself in the Premier State, a New South Wales travel agent has the experience and local knowledge you can trust.
The Blue Mountains just west of Sydney brim with brilliant travel experiences. A New South Wales travel agent can help you plan the perfect cheeky weekend away or a longer excursion to quaint towns, natural wonders and regional centres that each offer their own unique experiences.

A local ATAS accredited travel agent can help you find the perfect guided bush walk operator for your level of experience and fitness, or thrilling Blue Mountains canyoning adventure. You might be looking for family good times that a day at Katoomba's Scenic World will provide. If getting away from it all in style and luxury is your plan, nestled among the stunning scenery of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, is Australia’s first luxury wildlife and conservation-based resort, One&Only Wolgan Valley resort and Spa. Overlooking the picturesque Megalong Valley from the edge of the escarpment, the restored Hydro Majestic might also foot the bill. Discuss you plans, your needs and wish-list with your ATAS accredited travel agent to ensure your travel plans fit you like a glove.

New South Wales travel agents know their state and their stuff. Their ATAS accreditation is a mark of quality and experience you can trust. ATAS accredited travel agents receive their credentials from the Australian Federation of Travel Agents only after they satisfy the strictest criteria. When you plan a holiday with one, they sweat the detail, so all you have to do is simply enjoy your holidays comfortable in the knowledge that you have a travel agent in your corner.

Scenic World, Katoomba. Credit Destination NSW

Scenic World, Katoomba. Photo Destination NSW

Beyond the Great Dividing Range

Beyond the Blue Mountains, a New South Wales travel agent can help you plan a journey through some of the state's most wonderful food and wine regions like Orange, Mudgee and the Hunter Valley. Hit the road in the perfect rental car, pack your appetite and best road trip tunes, and a quick gourmet break can be just the ticket.

Orange, in New South Wales' Central West region, enjoys warm summers and cool winters that bring occasional snow. That climate is perfect for apples, pears and stone-fruits, but—curiously—not oranges. Orange is also known for its cool-climate wines and, increasingly, as a gourmet food centre. Your favourite ATAS accredited New South Wales travel agent can help you plan the perfect epicurean road trip.

Mudgee brings the gourmet food and deluxe wineries

Mudgee sits beside the meandering Cudgegong River and is another wine, fine dining and outdoor adventure hot-spot. Famous for its wines, other local produce includes olives, fruit, tomatoes, corn and honey. Visitors to Mudgee typically indulge in local fare, seeking out some of regional Australia's best restaurants. Out and about they might book a wine-cycling excursion with Tour de Vines, or drift above the countryside in a hot air balloon. Tap into the local knowledge and expertise of an ATAS accredited New South Wales travel agent to plan your Mudgee getaway.

High Valley Cheese Co., Mudgee. Photo Credit Destination NSW

Tantalising your cheese tastebuds at High Valley Cheese Co., Mudgee. Photo Credit Destination NSW

The Hunter Valley – an epicurean haven

Like Mudgee, New South Wales' Hunter Valley—Australia's oldest wine region—is known for its focus on fabulous food and wine. With more winery cellar doors than any other wine region in the country, the Hunter Valley is the perfect spot for sampling great local tipple. It's also home to championship golf courses, mountain bike trails and luxury accommodation. A local New South Wales travel agent can create the perfect Hunter Valley escape, pairing local knowledge perfectly with experience and expertise.

Krinklewood Biodynamic Winery, Hunter Valley
Wine tasting at Krinklewood Biodynamic Winery, Hunter Valley. Photo credit MJK Creative

The Snowy Mountains – More than just a winter sports playground

New South Wales' alpine regions are stunning. Smothered in blankets of snow in winter, and a centre of outdoors activities outside the annual ski season, the Snowy Mountains are a magnificent corner of the state. As the snow melts, the countryside opens up to hikers, mountain-bikers and anglers who explore rivers and streams seeking trout and native fish like Murray cod and golden perch. Visit Adaminaby, 50 kilometres from Cooma in the Snowy Mountains, and you’ll encounter the Big Trout—another of Australia’s iconic and imaginatively-named ‘Big Things’. Recreational anglers descend on the Snowy Mountains Trout Festival each spring.

In the winter months, the Snowy Mountains are visited by ten-of-thousands of skiers and snowboarders who hit the slopes at the snow resorts of Thredbo, Perisher, Charlotte Pass and Mount Selwyn in Kosciuszko National Park. The Snowy Mountains are truly a year-round destination, and a New South Wales travel agent can help you plan and book a holiday that makes the most of every experience on offer. If you're thinking of a snow getaway make sure you read our Get to Know Australia's Ski Fields blog.

Blue Cow, Perisher. Credit Destination NSW b

Snow covered gum trees at Blue Cow ski resort, Perisher. Photo Destination NSW

The South Coast – Wilderness, and wonderful food and wine

New South Wales' South Coast is a playground of almost endless opportunity, including some of the most beautiful beaches in the country—which is a surprise to some. Known by many as Australia’s Oyster Coast, this region is home to brilliant surf, diving and snorkelling, whale watching, coastal walks, hinterland hikes, fine dining, the freshest local produce, and fascinating indigenous cultural experiences. {Link to Indigenous Tourism blog}

Whether you’d like to snorkel with fur seals off Montague Island off the coast of Narooma, or undertake the 3-day Light to Light walk in Ben Boyd National Park near Eden, or tuck into freshly shucked oysters in Pambula, an ATAS accredited New South Wales travel agent can save you time, money, and be there for you if you need assistance along the way.

Ben Boyd National Park, Eden. Nick Rains; Destination NSW
Dramatic rock formation near Boyd's Tower at Red Point, on the Eden coastline, Ben Boyd NP, Sapphire Coast district, South Coast.
Photo Nick Rains; Destination NSW

Beach yourself on Lord Howe Island

600 kilometres directly east of Port Macquarie, Lord Howe Island is—curiously—part of New South Wales and a World Heritage Site of global natural significance. That status is taken seriously on Lord Howe, with only 400 visitors allowed on the island at any one time. As you might appreciate, that can make booking a holiday here a bit tricky, but the expertise of a New South Wales travel agent can help you overcome any impediments to a Lord Howe Island adventure.
Ask an ATAS accredited travel agent about the island’s accommodation options, excursions and activities like snorkelling in the marine park, hand-feeding fish at Ned’s Beach, golf and guided walks.

Snorkelling, Lord Howe Island. Destination NSW

Enjoy exploring the reef snorkelling, Lord Howe Island. Destination NSW

Experiences in the Outback

Outback New South Wales is vast and rich with authentic travel experiences, local characters and historical sites that connect early European Australia with tens-of-thousands of years of indigenous history. Ideal for an extended road trip or accessed by rail on the legendary Indian Pacific a New South Wales travel agent can take you deep into the Outback. Read our blog for inspiration on Australia's best Aboriginal experiences.

Visit historic paddleboat towns, explore Mungo National Park—home to the remarkable 42,000 year old archaeological finds of Mungo Lady and Mungo Man, enjoy a birdwatching adventure around Menindee Lakes, discover opals, gems and natural heated springs in the landscape around historic Lightning Ridge.
NSW TrainLink’s Explorer trains and the mighty Indian Pacific link Sydney with the state’s outback towns and cities like Nyngan, Cobar, Wilcannia, Menindee and Broken Hill. A New South Wales travel agent can help you plan a rail journey to suit your timeframe, budget and favourite style of travel.

Walls of China, Mungo National Park. Credit Destination NSW b
Spactacular outback landscapes showcasing the Walls of China in the World Heritage Mungo National Park.
Photo Destination NSW

No matter where your next adventure takes you, tackle the planning with an ATAS accredited New South Wales travel agent. You'll travel with confidence knowing you have a professional in your corner to protect you from the unexpected.

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