Australia’s first wellness travel show, Well Traveller TV, has arrived!
Hosted by seven-time world surfing champion Layne Beachley, the show travels around the country, meeting a range of celebrity guests like; Adam Goodes, Turia Pitt, Megan Gale and Barry Du Bois, amongst others, who share their favourite wellness rituals from some of Australia’s most inspiring travel destinations.
Viewers will also get to meet everyday Australians who are doing it tough, either mentally, physically or financially and need a break.
These guests are taken on a wellness journey to help them reset and inspire viewers who may relate to feelings of stress, grief and other common challenges faced in everyday life
Layne’s connected and authentic approach to mental and physical health shines through on the series as she gives viewers that special insight into some inspiring wellness travel solutions coupled withreal life stories and themes to provide that deepconnection that is relevant and relatable.
“Theflow on effects of the pandemic has seen a significant increase in people prioritising their own personal wellness. This goes far beyond simply forming a new exercise or health regime and instead is becoming a key purpose for travel itself.
“This is the first travel show to draw the spotlight on the fastest-growing tourism sector in the world. I want this TV show and Well Traveller’s content-rich website to support everyday Australians to take a break and prioritise their own wellbeing, ”Layne said.
Katherine Droga, Founder of Well Traveller and executive producer for the show and passionate advocate for sustainable tourism and wellness travel, said: “Pre-COVID, wellness travel in this country was valued at$14billionUSD and was growing at twice the rate of regular travel.
“This is a phenomenal rate of growth and very reflective of the need state of our Aussie travellers who are searching for more than just a getaway.”
The eight part series gives you a personal insight into wellness hot spots across the country including; The Sunshine Coast,Adelaide Hills,Gold Coast,Byron Bay and the Tweed,Tropical North Queensland,Margaret River, Daylesford, MorningtonPeninsula and Tasmania and launched on Sunday,23 October on Network10.
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