Sunday, June 20, 2010
Perfect holiday for artists when Norfolk Island paints it up!
Do you love to paint, or would you like to learn how to paint, whilst at the same time enjoying a holiday on one of the most scenic South Sea islands on Earth?
Belinda Biggs is one of Australia's best-known award winning artists. She teaches classes and workshops around NSW, Australia, which are regularly booked out. Her works are treasured in private collections in Australia, New Zealand, America and the United Kingdom. So come join Belinda on a holiday to beautiful Norfolk Island where you will stay in comfortable accommodation and receive art tuition in a fun and relaxed atmosphere! Each day will be a different subject and beginners are very welcome.
The Norfolk Island Travel Centre has a special 'Painting with Belinda Biggs' holiday package from $1758 ex Newcastle, $1861 ex Sydney and $1799 ex Brisbane. All prices are per person / twin share. The price includes return economy airfare to Norfolk Island, airline taxes (including Norfol k Island departure tax), seven nights twin share accommodation at Hibiscus Regal Apartments, bonus seven- day car hire (car premium fee, plus petrol are extra and payable direct), return airport transfers on Norfolk Island, a half day Island Discovery Tour, complimentary 'A Walk in the Wild' – a unique rainforest walk and complimentary Miniature Golf – 'golf your way through Norfolk's history'. Prices include Painting Tuition. For more information phone toll free 1800 1400 66 or email email@example.com
About The Travel Centre Norfolk Island
The Travel Centre located on Norfolk Island, is an award winning travel agency that specialises in quality & personalised travel.
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