Make your travel plans in revamped centre

THE Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre has recently upgraded its interior design and booking system for even better customer service heading into the peak tourism season.

The centre provides travel advice and bookings for locals who want to get out and see more of their state, and visiting travellers from interstate and overseas.

The refurbishment has created additional floor space for people with disabilities and will include a hearing loop to help people with hearing impairment.

It will include self-booking tablets so visitors can quickly access the information and services they need with help from roaming advisors.

The tablets will complement the face-to-face service, which will also be quicker with the new booking system that has been installed.

Travel advisors can notify visitors immediately whether a service or accommodation is available, allowing them to arrange their booking on the spot.

The centre is located on the corner of Davey and Elizabeth streets in Hobart and is open from 9am to 5pm, seven days a week.

Caption: The newly refurbished Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre is simplified and streamlined for users. Photo credit: Alastair Bett.

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