Posted on 08/12/2012 by Phillip Island Nature Parks
On Wednesday 12 December, Phillip Island Nature Parks will play host to over 3900 special guests from Amway in India. In a special move, due to all attractions being fully booked, Phillip Island Nature Parks will be closed to all other visitors on the day.
“The visit is the result of over two years of planning, will be a significant event for Phillip Island and lays the foundation for the Indian market in the future,” said Nicoleta Giurgiu, Sales and Marketing Manager for Phillip Island Nature Parks.
The group will experience each of the Nature Parks’ attractions throughout the day in a highly synchronised operation. Over 80 Nature Parks staff and volunteers will act as guides for the groups as they travel to Churchill Island, Koala Conservation Centre, The Nobbies and then on to the evening Penguin Parade.
A wide range of activities are planned for the day including sheep shearing, working dogs, boomerang throwing and whip cracking at Churchill Island.
“It is important to note that due to the large numbers of visitors on that day, the Nature Parks is fully booked and will be closed to all other visitors. We have worked hard to give advance notice to all of our tour operators and regular guests. Detailed planning and traffic management will ensure minimal interruption to Phillip Island visitors and residents.”
Danene Jones - Communications Executive
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