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More and more Aussie events Hawaii-bound


Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania has released its 2019 Meet Hawai‘i Guide, to assist meeting and event organisers to plan their business event, conference or incentive program in Hawai‘i. 


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The Hawaiian Islands remain a popular meetings and incentive destination for Australian organisations due to their accessibility, natural beauty, and comprehensive accommodation and venue options.


Kritsada Phadungkiatipong, MICE Manager, Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania said that more and more Australians are choosing Hawai‘i as their destination for conferences, meetings and incentives.


“There are first class conferencing facilities, accommodation options to suit all budgets, and a range of experiences to help organisers deliver an exceptional program for delegates and partners.


“Whether it’s a bespoke incentive for 30 people or a conference for 3,000 delegates, Hawai’i has the facilities, unique experiences and service levels to cater for every requirement”, Mr Phadungkiatipong said.


The guide is available for free download and provides a general overview, map and information on Hawai‘i’s six islands, Kaua‘i, O‘ahu, Maui, Moloka‘i, L?na‘i and The Island Of Hawai‘i.


Providing event planners with a blueprint of experiences, activities, accommodation, culinary and team-building opportunities, the 2019 Meet Hawai‘i Guide is a handy resource for planning the perfect meeting, incentive, conference or event.


Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania offers a free event planning service for organisers considering holding a conference or incentive in Hawai’i.  Contact our Sydney based team for up to date destination information and advice to find the best hotels, venues and activities to create a memorable event.


Download the Meet Hawai‘i Guide  here 

For a hard copy or more information about holding an event in Hawai’i please email [email protected]


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Published: 16 October 2018

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