An exciting transformation occurred today as Runaway Tours launched its new brand and new website in Sydney this morning. The launch signifies a new era for the private day tour operator, as they expand their product portfolio.
A modern design of Sydney’s and New South Wales icons – the opera house, the Hunter Valley and the Blue Mountains – provides the basis for the new brand. These icons represent the variety, quality and uniqueness of Runaway Tours product.
Steve Arnerich, Operations Manager Runaway Tours said: “This exciting rebrand represents the evolution of our organisation. We are going through some remarkable growth; our sales have increased significantly, and we are expanding our product portfolio. We cater for tourists from all over the world, and our new refreshed look represents us as that dynamic organisation.”
Simultaneously, Runaway Tours launched their new website; an exciting and user-friendly platform allowing visitors to browse easily for language tours, itineraries and send booking requests. Runaway Tours also has itineraries in the Chinese language for all their tours.
“The new website is so easy to use. It represents what Runaway Tours is about, hassle free private day tours. Visitors can quickly find out more about us, about our guides, and most importantly about the destinations. We go to the Hunter Valley, Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley, Southern Highlands, Tobruk Sheep Station and Glenworth Valley. We also operate Sydney City Sights Tours,” Steve said.
“We cater to English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Korean, Japanese, Cantonese and Mandarin speaking tourists. The site is crucial in our strategy to attract more foreign tourist and stimulate bookings. Ultimately we want more international visitors to experience our product. For many that experience starts online.” Steve added.