SeaLink has made it much easier to find your next brilliant island escape by launching a single website to look and book your next Australian holiday.
SeaLink Marine & Tourism’s General Manager National Marketing, Mr Phil Boyle said, “SeaLink is truly privileged to connect people with some of the most beautiful islands that Australia has to offer.”
“We love showcasing what we think are the best islands in the world and our new website provides inspiration to encourage people to get out explore these beautiful destinations right here on our doorstep,” he said.
SeaLink started with one ferry to and from Kangaroo Island back in 1989. Today, SeaLink is Australia’s largest marine transport and tourism provider operating 118 vessels all around Australia connecting people with famous destinations such as K’gari (Fraser Island), Magnetic Island, Rottnest Island, North Stradbroke Island, Bruny Island, the Tiwi Islands, the Whitsundays and many more.
“Whether you are travelling for work, pleasure or leisure we wanted to provide customers with a single launch pad to look and book any one of our SeaLink ferries, no matter which destination around Australia you are looking to travel to,” he said.
“When you travel to any one of these Australian islands you really do feel like you have travelled a world away overseas but without the need to find your passport or line up in long airline queues.”
SeaLink’s new website:
- merges 9 x SeaLink ferry websites into just 1
- provides customers with a consistent user experience
- promotes SeaLink’s world-leading marine transport and tourism services and expertise.
The new SeaLink website also provides a single destination where people looking to build a career in marine transport or tourism can see all the brilliant opportunities on offer to join the SeaLink team all around Australia.
The new website provides information about the new vessels SeaLink is constructing for ferry services around the country, latest news and information about SeaLink’s sustainability, reconciliation, and community programs.
To find out more visit www.sealink.com.au.