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Uluru (Ayer's Rock)

Goway has hit 10,000 members on its private Facebook group for travel agents. This milestone demonstrates what an active and vibrant community Goway has created on social media and speaks to the desire of travel professionals to collaborate and foster a positive industry culture.

Created in 2016, Goway’s Facebook group for travel agents offers a convenient platform for travel professionals to ask questions, discuss travel topics, and get instant feedback from Goway’s team of Destination Specialists as well as the broader travel community. Goway’s sales team regularly posts daily tips, insights, and travel deals, and offers real-time updates about the company and the wider travel industry. Membership is restricted to industry professionals and vetted by Goway’s sales team. Members can also get exclusive updates on FAMs, webinars, and bonus incentives, making it a great way to stay in touch with Goway and fellow travel professionals.

“Our Facebook group was designed to help enhance the dialogue between Goway and our travel partners in a fast and convenient manner,” says Renee Stanton, Director of Sales at Goway. “I’m thrilled to see the group’s success in this regard and to have witnessed its success in helping travel advisors over the years. Our mission at Goway is to make the travel advisor’s life easier and this is a key tool to help us achieve just that.”

As a thank you to the group’s community of travel professionals, members can receive a bonus $25 on their GowayPro Rewards Card on any bookings to Australia made in the months of July and August. To join the group, visit Facebook and apply for membership. To learn more, watch Goway’s video introduction on YouTube or contact

Renee Stanton
Director of Sales

Travel During Wartime

It doesn’t feel right to talk about business as usual when we are confronted daily with the destruction of lives and monuments of civilization in Ukraine. It seems unseemly to gush about good news while such a horror is ongoing among people who look like they may have been just like you and me a month ago.

Nevertheless, there is some good news, and it’s important to recognize it, and to feel gratitude, remembering that “there but for the grace of God go I.” Read the rest of this entry »