Port Stephens, has a reputation as one of the must do incentive group activities while visiting NSW.
Throughout the month Moonshadow – TQC Cruises (Moonshadow) welcoming over 3,000 delegates from the Amway China Leadership Seminar.
The Seminar will welcome over 8,000 AMWAY China Delegates in total, for one of the largest Asian Business Events to visit Sydney in recent years, with Port Stephens activities high on their list of experiences.
Moonshadow will host the delegates, who will experience a Dolphin Watch Cruise in the Port Stephens Harbour. This will be followed by a buffet lunch and adventure by sandboarding down the largest moving sand mass in the southern hemisphere on the Worimi Conservation Land Area (Stockton Sand Dunes) with Port Stephens 4WD Tours.
Moonshadow International Business Specialist, Janene Rees, met with AMWAY around two years ago at Business Events Australia Mission in China. After Business Events Sydney secured AMWAY China Leadership Group she continued working closely with AMWAY and secured one of the day trips out of Sydney, which is to Port Stephens.
“Port Stephens is well and truly on the international stage for providing excellent experiences for large business & incentive groups,” Janene said. “This is wonderful news not just for tourism operators but for business in general of Port Stephens.”
The delegates visiting are teams from all over China that have reach and exceeded their sales targets and been rewarded with a trip to Australia.
“We are very privileged that they have chosen Port Stephens as one of their day tour activity as this showcases our region and experiences that are on offer to them. This also gives an opportunity for repeat business from the delegates to bring back their friends and families in the future.”
“We welcomed the first group of 326 people onboard, on 5 January 2017, for a full day adventure followed by another seven groups over the coming weeks. Guests were excited to be out on the water and sand dunes; experiencing something that they have never seen before,” Janene concluded.
IMAGE | One of the delegates aboard the cruise