Skied as Bro - Hit Some NZ Powder with STA Travel this Winter

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Holidaymakers chasing mountains of fun this winter can get the ball rolling now with STA Travel launching a range of awesome alpine adventures to the best ski slopes in New Zealand.

Holidaymakers chasing mountains of fun this winter can get the ball rolling now with STA Travel launching a range of awesome alpine adventures to the best slopes in New Zealand.

The youth and student travel specialist is anticipating another bumper New Zealand ski season this year, with Aussies visiting in their droves to enjoy the combination of great value, accessibility, fun atmosphere, friendly locals and famous runs.

STA Travel has Queenstown ski packages available from as low as $785* per person including pre paid taxes, return airfares to Christchurch, five nights accommodation, three day lift pass and five days car hire valid for travel from 13 June to 30 September 2009.

Alternatively snow lovers can enjoy access to Queenstown's two top mountains Coronet Peak and the Remarkables on an eight day getaway from just $975* per person.

Valid for travel from 14-30 June and 1-30 September 2009, the offer includes pre paid taxes, return airfares to Christchurch flying Air New Zealand, seven nights accommodation, seven days car rental with unlimited kilometres, insurance, ski racks and snow chains, eight day Resort Ski Pass or six-day Interchangeable NZ Superpass and free night skiing.

Plus travellers who book before 30 April 2009 will receive the Gold Resort Ski Pass early bird bonus which includes ski equipment rental, two group ski lessons per day and free tubing.

For bookings or further details call 134 782, visit http://www.statravel.com.au or drop into your nearest STA Travel store.

*Terms and conditions apply, prices subject to change and availability. Sale periods apply

ENDS
Media enquiries to:
Eva Kulma
Marketing Communications Coordinator - STA Travel
Phone: 03 8417 6927
Email: ekulma(at)statravel.com.au

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