Matt Moran home from Tick Tour … Lets do it again

first_imgRenowned chef Matt Moran has completed the T-QUAL tour that saw him travel around Australia as an ambassador for the T-QUAL Tick Accreditation, endorsing business involved with the initiative. Mr Moran spoke to e-Travel Blackboard yesterday about his experiences while travelling Australia, promoting an array of high quality tourism products including restaurants, tours, attractions and accommodation. “It was an amazing experience and great to spend time seeing our country and those people who are passionate to show it to the world,” Mr Moran said. “The T-QUAL Tick Tour has been an incredible journey, proving Australia is home to plenty of quality tourism experiences.” Mr Moran’s journey began in New South Wales where he ate worms at Taronga Zoo that “tasted ok”, before taking him south to Tasmania where he ranked flying on sea planes. Moving around to Western Australia, Matt said he enjoyed his time mud crabbing in Broome, before later being blown away by the beauty of the Northern Territory and the opportunity to swim with giant crocodiles. Hinting that he hoped there was a sequel to the T-QUAL Tick Tour, Mr Moran made sure everyone knew about the tour by constantly updating his blog – http://t-qual.tumblr.com/ – and speaking with media along the way. “There is something for every budget in every state and territory, and now they are even easier to find – all you have to do is look for the T-QUAL Tick,” Mr Moran pointed out. Designed to attract awareness to the T-QUAL Tick and its benefits, Mr Moran said he experienced this throughout his travels, with a spike in interest in particular after his visit to Tasmania. A total of 66 businesses across Australia were involved in the T-QUAL Tick Tour. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: K.Wlast_img

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