Posted by Brand South Australia
Topics: Advertising & Media, Hospitality & Tourism, SA Owned and Operated Business

08 September 2016

In need of some serious travel inspiration? Then what are you waiting for?

Discover your next adventure at Phil Hoffmann Travel’s free entry travel expo on Sunday 16 October.

Thousands of people – from seasoned travellers to first-time travel enthusiasts of all ages – are expected to attend this year’s event, which will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 10am until 5pm.

The Phil Hoffmann Travel Expo is considered one of the best travel expos of its kind in Australia.

Travel goers will have access to a number of exclusive travel deals, early bird offers, the best airfares, as well as a variety of bonuses and competitions.More than 90 travel experts from cruise, airline, touring and adventure and expedition companies will be featured, including 20 travel information seminars running throughout the day.

"Wanting to go someplace you’ve never been before? Our annual travel expo will inspire your travel dreams and help you discover your next big holiday escape," said Phil Hoffmann Travel Chief Executive Officer, Peter Williams.

“With countless travel packages and holiday options available, there really is something for everyone. We hope to see you there!”
Founded in Adelaide in 1990, Phil Hoffmann Travel is South Australia’s premier travel agency with offices at Norwood, Stirling, Victor Harbor, Adelaide City, Hyde Park, Semaphore, Glenelg and Modbury, Gawler and the Barossa Valley.

The Phil Hoffmann Travel Expo will be held on Sunday 16 October at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 10am to 5pm. It will include more than 90 of Phil Hoffmann Travel’s partners including cruise, airline, touring, adventure and expedition companies, cruise lines and tourism boards. Entry is free.

For further information on the expo call 1300 88 99 53 or visit or

Media contact: Lauren Ralph at Corporate Conversation, ph 08 8224 3535.




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