Triathlon Travel and Entry Packages for the Big Races of 2012/2013

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Healthwise Active Travel appeared on the triathlon ‘travel and entry’ package scene in 2010. It is a division of Flight Centre Ltd that was set up by Shannon Stacey and Tod Horton in October 2010. With no Active Travel based niche brand set up within the Flight Centre Ltd structure they decided that there was a gap in the market place. Now with the backing of a Flight Centre Ltd Shannon and the team are able to offer triathletes some very good packages and extras such as ‘bikes fly free on Qantas’. See below for their race packages for this upcoming season in Australia and New Zealand.

Having travelled for events in the past and with 10 years experience each within the travel industry Shannon and Tod have a sound knowledge of being active and travelling. Shannon and Tod compete in long distance triathlons and other adventure sports.

 

SunSmart Ironman Western Australia 2012

The gruelling single day endurance event comprises a 3.8km swim around the famous Busselton Jetty, a 180km ride through native Tuart forest and a 42.2km (marathon) run along the beautiful Geographe Bay foreshore.
The event is an official qualifier for the Ironman World Championships,…

 

Ironman Asia-Pacific Championship Melbourne 2013

The course features a 3.8 kilometre swim in Frankston; a 180 kilometre bike ride on the EastLink Tollway; and a 42.2 kilometre run along Port Philip Bay towards the finish…

 

Urban Hotel Group Ironman Australia 2013 – Port Macquarie

The 2013 Ironman Australia will be held at Port Macquarie on Sunday 5 May 2013, on one of the most stunning Ironman courses in the world!
Line up to take on a 3.8 km swim, 180 km bike ride and 42.2km.Healthwise Active Travel have confirmed race entry packages available for…

 

Ironman 70.3 Mandurah

The Ironman 70.3 Mandurah (held on Sunday 21 October 2012) requires athletes to complete a gruelling 1.9km swim, a 90km cycle and a 21.1km run, incorporating Mandurah’s beautiful waterways, foreshore, and city centre. Healthwise Active Travel have confirmed race entry packages. Staying 3 nights at…

 

2012 Noosa Triathlon Festival

The Noosa triathlon is the oldest, biggest and most established race in Australian triathlon history. It is the largest triathlon in the Southern Hemisphere. Swim – 1500m. In sheltered canal Cycle – 40km. Undulating out and back course on the Noosa – Cooroy Road Run – 10km. Flat, one lap…

 

Challenge Wanaka 2013

Welcome to Challenge Wanaka, the world’s most scenic iron distance triathlon (226km), set against the lake and mountain backdrop of Mount Aspiring National Park in New Zealand’s South Island. Challenge Wanaka is renowned as one of the world’s most scenic iron distance triathlons but don’t let looks…

 

Urban Hotel Group Ironman 70.3 Cairns – 2013 COMING SOON

The Urban Hotel Group Ironman 70.3 Cairns – Half the distance, half the pain on the same great course as Cairns Airport Ironman Cairns! 2012 saw the first Urban Hotel Group Ironman 70.3 Cairns and we witnessed Pete Jacobs blitz the field, With great support from athletes and…

 

Mooloolaba Triathlon 2013 – COMING SOON

The 2013 Mooloolaba Triathlon Festival will take place along the beautiful esplanade at Mooloolaba from 15 – 17 March 2013. The Olympic distance (1.5km swim, 40km cycle, 10km run) Mooloolaba Triathlon is the centrepiece of a 3 day multisport festival that celebrates the best of the Australian…

 

 

 

Karl Hayes

Karl is a keen age group triathlete who races more than he trains. Good life balance! Karl works in the media industry in Australia and is passionate about the sport of triathlon.