Media brand Australian geography acquired 50 percent of Insight Australia Travel to launch a new small group travel offering.
Australian Geographic Travel offers a choice of over 30 itineraries, all about that. are bookable Australian geography Website.
Small-group tour options cover domestic destinations such as Arnhem Land and the MacDonnell Ranges in the Northern Territory. the Daintree Forest, Cape Tribulation and Fraser Island in Queensland; Raymond Island and East Gippsland in Victoria; Eyre Peninsula and Kangaroo Island in South Australia; Maria Island and Bruny Island in Tasmania; and the Stirling Ranges and Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia.
Insight Australia Travel has curated and delivered bespoke Australian itineraries for nearly 20 years.
Birgit Bourne, founder and CEO of Insight Australia Travel, will also lead Australian Geographic Travel.
With a deep passion for Australian landscapes, wildlife, indigenous culture, conservation and sustainability, Bourne is an avid photographer and hiker and sits on the board of the Australian Tourism Export Council.
“Insight Australia is very excited to work with Australian geography to expand our strong international presence to offer nature and culture lovers from all over the world sustainable Australian experiences in small groups.
“Australian Geographic Travel will explore and educate while respecting and preserving the diversity and beauty of local wildlife, landscapes, culture and people.
“Our travelers want to develop a meaningful experience and a deep connection to a destination by supporting and respecting their surroundings.
“We are committed to sustainable travel and our travelers will play an active role in contributing to conservation projects across the country.”
Jo Runciman, CEO of Australian geography, said, “Australian Geographic Travel will enable us to have an even deeper relationship with our audience by connecting them to the natural experiences they long for.
“This is a unique opportunity not only to read about the awe of the great Australian landscape, wildlife and wilderness, but to actually experience it.”