Launches Forum for Australian Travellers Meeting-Point

Melbourne, Australia (PressExposure) February 20, 2009 -- This week the popular online travel guide, officially launched its live forum for Australian travel-related information.

The new forum is another invaluable resource for travellers and members of

The forum now provides a meeting-point for travellers in Australia, whether they are pre-planning their holiday, already travelling, sharing experiences or meeting up with interesting travellers to chat about travel and travel-related subjects.

The forum is broken down into state specific destinations and general travel topics such as Australian wildlife and travel opportunities.

Jeremy Baird, Managing Director of, said the rapid increase in planbooktravel's membership base set the development team into action to create the forum:

"Naturally we wanted to provide this meeting place for the travel community where members can share experiences, opinions and of course, travel advice."

Registration to the forum is free and easy. The current member user registration details can be used to access the forum.

Visit here for more information:’s dedication to improving the online Australian travel experience has received notable national press, the latest being its inclusion into ‘Best of the Best Travel Websites 2008’ in the Sunday Herald Sun.

About Planbooktravel is the major online travel atlas made popular for its interactive features allowing travellers to research and review over 10,000 Australian locations and travel businesses.

For further information contact Guy Fitter, Media Relations


About Author:
Guy Fitter: Corporate Communications Manager for planbooktravel has always focused on encouraging traveller reviews on over 10,000 Australian destinations to go alongside trusted tourism literature. With a fully interactive atlas and online booking features, planbooktravel aim to make the online travel experience as easy, interactive and reliable as possible.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 20, 2009 at 11:48 am
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