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Eye See Personalised Tours

Eye See Personalised Tours
Eye See Personalised Tours

I offer premium, sustainable, tailor-made tours to Tasmania, catering to the most discerning of guests. My tours are individualised, top quality, friendly and professional, down to the smallest detail. Unforgettable memories are created whilst experiencing the highlights, wonders and things to do in Tasmania.

I will be the first to admit that I am not the cheapest way to experience Tasmania, but I am proud to invite you to click on my guests comments, on my website,to provide an insight into what they have experienced on their Tasmania visit whilst traveling with me.
Others may offer a cheaper price but I offer above and beyond what I would love to receive myself.

I take environmental tourism seriously and try to create a minimal carbon footprint on all my tours. Eye See Personalised Tours is continuing ongoing environmental accreditation and has been recognised as EarthCheck Assessed (EC3 Global). I have achieved benchmark and above recommended sustainability in the Green Tourism area.

Some of my initiatives are:
• Annual planting of trees
• Use of ethanol fuel in the vehicles
• Locally grown products (where possible)
• Use of organic produce (where possible)
My goal is to become a totally green business.
The homemade food provided on all tours, (where possible), is sustainably grown and locally produced to tease your tastebuds.

My philosophy is that I want you to:
"SeeTasmania as a Guest Not Just a Tourist"
I look forward to seeing you in Tasmania - Judy

0409 487 559
03 6248 7559
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Conference & Convention Services, Cruise Ship Shorex, Driver Guide, Environmental Tours, Extended Touring, Full Commentary, Guided Day Tours, Special Interest Tours, Tour Guide, Tour Itineraries, Tour Manager, Walking Tours
Commercial Passenger Vehicle, Public passenger Vehicle, Light Rigid, Medium Rigid
Birdlife, Flora, Food, Heritage, Hobart, Indigenous History & Culture, TAS, Wildlife, Wineries
GoA, Ecotourism Au
Tasmania

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Skills Set – Certificate 111 in Tour Guiding Holmesglen Institute

 

Holmesglen Institute will again be conducting this popular course at their City Campus.

The course will start on 11July and run until 7September. It will be held on Tuesday & Thursday evenings (5.30 to 9.30) and two Saturdays.

This skills set will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to facilitate local and regional tours while awarding you nationally accredited units of competency.

Whilst updating your knowledge of Melbourne and Victoria, you will learn how to effectively manage and entertain a tour group and provide them with first rate commentary.

The program will be delivered at our city campus on St Kilda Road, (opposite the Shrine of Remembrance). There will be a number of off-campus activities including two full day excursion to ensure you get the hands on experience required to be industry ready. The skill set is taught by leading well-connected tour guiding professionals who are currently working in the industry.

For course detail: Contact 9564 1699

http://www.holmesglen.edu.au/courses/hospitality_tourism_and_events/travel_and_tourism/certificate_iii_in_guiding2

PTGAA Learning Day 21st April

Our first 2017 Learning Day is shaping up to be a corker so lock in Friday 21st April now. The day will run from 9:30 am until 3pm and will be held at the Royal Historical Society of Victoria’s HQ at 239 A’Beckett St, Melbourne.

The program includes

  • Fiona Sweetman, Founder and CEO of the very successful Hidden Secrets Tours, will talk about the structure of the Tourism Industry and how jobs for guides come about. Fiona will also cover how to improve your marketing.
  • Travellers Aid will be telling us all about their long-standing organisation – one of Melbourne’s little known resources which can be the ace up every tour guide’s sleeve.
  • Metro Rail will be outlining the work over the next 9 years in central Melbourne as they start to tunnel under Melbourne to create our next underground rail service. The logistics of this huge project are fascinating and the work will impact on tour guiding in Melbourne for many years.
  • Also an update on all things to do with membership of PTGAA.

And don’t forget that the RHSV’s exhibition Remembering the ‘Burbs: 1850-1960 will be available for you to check out during the lunch hour or after the Learning Day.

Cost which includes lunch and morning tea:

Members $35

Non-members $45.

To RSVP please email our Professional Development Officer, Bronwyn Wilson on pdofficer@ptgaa.com.au

And transfer your payment to the PTGAA bank account:

Bank Account Details:

Westpac

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