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ATDW Blog August 2018

Welcome to our new monthly ATDW blog where we’ll share ATDW tips and feature a tourism operator each month. We’ll also share dates and locations of upcoming ATDW information sessions and the latest ATDW improvements and features.

ATDW tips to maximise your listing

Here are three simple ways to make sure your listing meets the ATDW quality and assurance process.

  • Ensure there is no text or logos on your photos.
  • Update your listing every 3-6 months to keep it current.
  • Don’t forget to submit your listing for review every time you make a change.
Next month we’ll have three more tips to help you get the most out of your listing, product, tour or event on ATDW.
Baird Bay, Eyre Peninsula
Baird Bay, Eyre Peninsula

Beerenberg Farm, Adelaide Hills
Beerenberg Farm, Adelaide Hills

New ATDW features

In the near future, ATDW will have the following new features:

  • A redesigned and much simpler date and time section 
  • Breweries category to be 'Breweries & Distilleries'
  • A new expiry email with a renew now button

Featured Operator

EcoCaddy

This month's featured operator is Adelaide-based tour company EcoCaddy, founded by Daniels Langeberg in 2015.

EcoCaddy provides a fun way for people to tour the city in the unique bamboo-bodied pedicabs with local tour guides at the helm. 

As a guest you will be guided by knowledgeable local hosts through Adelaide's intricate laneway network, it's parklands and green squares, gliding over green crescents and accessing it's numerous bike trails.

Guests can explore the city's diverse attractions, rich history and captivating natural landscapes on tours that range from 60 minutes to 2.5 hours.

To find out more, click here.

EcoCaddy
EcoCaddy

Daniels Langeberg
Daniels Langeberg

Meet the owner: Daniels Langeberg

What is your favourite thing to do in South Australia?
Going for a long ride on my bicycle in the Adelaide foothills and then coasting back to the CBD.

What is a fun fact not many people know about you?
I had my own travel show when I was living in China.

What do you love about ATDW?
How it structures and presents our information making our offering super clear. ATDW centralises all the operators in Australia, making it very easy for agents to find and book experiences all in the one place.

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