• Australia DMC

DMC Australia - Goway Australia DMC

DMC Australia Goway is the leading Destination Management Company in Australia, we specialise in high quality incentive programs. With over 45 years experience and offices in Sydney, Manila,Toronto, Los Angeles and Vancouver, which employ over 250 specialist staff, we have gained a strong reputation for creativity, attention to detail and professional and personalised service. Goway Travel, operating since 1970, has been providing unforgettable travel experiences for travellers from all walks of life. Learn more about our history and development here.


Our service

We offer a comprehensive service including:

  • designing unique programs,
  • contracting hotels,
  • coordinating ground transport,
  • organising professional multi-lingual guides,
  • meeting & conference facilities,
  • gala & themed dinners,
  • touring and sightseeing,
  • team building activities and pre & post touring.

Goway has operated a range of programmes for some of the world's major corporations including Toyota, MasterCard, Yamaha, Heineken, Fiat, Canon and Subaru just to name a few.

Motivate staff by rewarding them with an unforgettable incentive program to Australia or New Zealand!

Goway has been successful in handling large passenger movements for major world events and have handled all North American bookings for such diverse events as the World Police and Fire Games in Adelaide, the International Dragonboat Competition in Sydney, the Breast Cancer Survivor Dragonboat Competition in Caloundra and World Youth Day in Sydney just to mention a few.


Our team

At Goway, we have a team of highly qualified specialists who are committed to providing a high level of personalised service, from initial quotation right through to operating the program. With vast local destination knowledge and close, long-standing relationships with key suppliers, we work closely with you to create and deliver a custom design a program to meet your client's needs, interest & budget.


Our Awards

Recently we have gained the following awards. To check the full list click here.

  • Valued Partner Award from The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada
  • Silver Magellan Award Winner for www.Goway.com (Consumer website category
  • Silver Magellan Award Winner for Globetrotting Magazine (Consumer Direct Mail category), Destination Travel Planners and Marketing (Beyond your Cruise Campaign)
  • Readers Choice Award Winner – Best Tour Operator, South Pacific Recommend Magazine
  • Gold Magellan Award Winner for Globetrotting Magazine (Consumer Direct Mail category)


We are here to create it, plan it and make the experience of a life time happen!

The South Pacific is a world of its own with its special character and personality. Known as Downunder to many of us living in the northern hemisphere, a journey to this region can entail any combination of countries. Most visitors usually opt for a combination of Australia and New Zealand. However, it is very easy to include other wonderful destinations either going to or returning from the South Pacific.

Australia is both a continent and an island. When planning a visit, take into consideration the diverse nature of the country. There are exciting cosmopolitan cities, tropical jungles, rainforests, mountain ranges, deserts and wine growing regions – all this in one country. Spend time in Sydney with its beautiful harbour, iconic opera house and historical Rocks district. Then move on to Melbourne, a cultural and sophisticated urban centre complete with suburban beach resorts (most of our trips to Australia include visits to both cities).

Serene Canberra is Australia’s capital, architecturally designed as a model city. Adelaide offers not only its green parks but also the close by fascinating animal sanctuary, Kangaroo Island and the outstanding wine region of the Barossa Valley. Perth has the ocean, pleasant parks, a sunny climate and nearby wine districts. When in Brisbane, make a point of visiting the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Tropical Cairns is a major gateway to the amazing Great Barrier Reef and also the Daintree Rainforest.  The Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast with their excellent beaches, both offer an escape from North America’s cold climate.

Some of the unique experiences:

  • Where else can you rough it by 4WD in the outback, finish the day with a bush BBQ around the campfire and sleep under the stars in a swag
  • Indulge. by taking over one of the beautiful islands exclusively for your incentive group surrounded by the world famous Great Barrier Reef!
  • Explore Sydney Harbour with a fun and challenging sailing regatta and mix and mingle with your mates during a picnic lunch on one of the Sydney Harbour islands
  • Experience a magical night and dine beneath the ancient rainforest trees, beside a rushing mountain river and the flicker of hundred flames


Melbourne, Australia’s second largest city, is stylish and cosmopolitan. It has been voted by The Economist as the “World’s most Livable City”. Part of this is the abundance of parks and gardens. The capital of Victoria, it is situated on an estuary of the Yarra River and boasts world-class culture, sports and dining.

Federation Square is the perfect starting point, a major meeting place with its exhibitions, restaurants, bars and shopping. To see Melbourne from a different perspective, visit the Eureka Skydeck in the Eureka Tower for stunning views of the city’s heritage buildings especially when lit up after dark.


Hobart, Tasmania’s capital, located amid the exciting beauty of Southern Tasmania with Mount Wellington as a backdrop, is a charming waterfront city where Australia’s heritage can be viewed. In fact, it is Australia’s second oldest city after Sydney. European beginnings are everywhere – in quaint settlers’ cottages and colonial mansions. Note the many fine examples of Georgian and Victorian architecture.

Around the harbour, the area is lively and colourful. Disused warehouses have been converted into dockside cafes, artists’ studios and restaurants. Try the fresh seafood at one of Hobart’s waterside restaurants while watching the colourful spinnakers bobbing on the water. Take a drive up to Mount Wellington where you can have a bird’s eye view of the whole surrounding area.


Australia’s capital, Canberra is an attractive charming planned city and is known as “a city in a park’ and steeped in national history and culture. It is surrounded by mountain ranges and hills covered in bush land. It is also almost totally surrounded by the beautiful Lake Burley Griffin. The impressive Parliament Building stands out on the summit of Capital Hill.

Another imposing site is the War Memorial which pays homage to Australia’s military history. There is an excellent selection of art galleries and museums. Some of the major ones of interest are the National Gallery of Australia, the Questacon Science Centre and the Mount Stromlo Observatory.



Adelaide is a picturesque but cosmopolitan city with a relaxed atmosphere, the capital of South Australia and the fifth largest city in the country. It is a great city to walk around with its natural beauty reflected in its parks and historical architecture.

Being a planned city, it is designed on a grid layout with wide boulevards and large public spaces. It is surrounded by the Mount Lofty Ranges and the Adelaide Hills and is well known for its biannual Adelaide Festival, an arts and culture oriented celebration where one can experience opera, the theater and other types of entertainment.


Australia DMCSydney is located on the east coast of the country in the state of New South Wales. It is Australia’s biggest and most cosmopolitan city and an essential stop on any traveller’s itinerary. Surrounding the city is a wonderland of national parks, forests, mountains, river valleys and historic riverside towns. Some interesting facts about Sydney are that the first settlers in 1788 came here to found a penal colony; it has the world’s largest natural harbour and there are 70 beaches along the coast in reasonable striking distance from the city.  Sydney also hosted the 2000 Olympic Games.

What are the main must see attractions here? The answer is many. Let’s start with Sydney Harbour. It is surrounded not only by the downtown core of the city but also by miles of shoreline which includes a number of Sydney’s suburbs. One way to explore the harbour is to enjoy a short cruise or to take one of the many ferries heading to multiple destinations from Circular Quay in the downtown area.

There are two iconic landmarks located in Sydney Harbour. There is the Sydney Harbour Bridge known also as “The Coat Hanger” which dominates the city skyline and connects the central part of the city with the northern suburbs. It is, in fact, the world’s largest steel arch bridge. One activity which includes this landmark is the Bridge Climb (crossing over the top of the bridge with a guide) which is a unique way to enjoy panoramic views of Sydney. The other landmark is the Sydney Opera House opened in 1973 which is not only unique and unforgettable in design but is also a thriving venue for the arts, music, opera and culture generally.

Added File Download
The time now:
03/23/2018 7:43:50 AM
Currency :
Australian dollar
Climate :
How to get there:
Company Name: DMC Australia - Goway Australia DMC
Contact Person: Ghilas
Phone: +61 292624755
Email: ghilas@goway.com.au
Website: http://www.goway.com.au
Level 8, 350 Kent Street, NSW

Social Media Sites