New year, new Avegates fun

Image Caption: Matt took some time to put his feet up on his Sunshine Coast holiday

Avegators will be spoiled for choice in 2022, with a whole host of activities and experiences on offer. 

Our popular quarterly Social Experiences program is out now for January - March 2022, with highlights including a highland dance-magic show in Rockhampton, pyjama party discos, taking in an NBL basketball game to see the 
Brisbane Bullets, and even a day at the races at Doomben racecourse.

The Avegates School Holiday Program is also set to be bigger and better than even in 2022, following a very successful 12 months which saw our enrolments explode and our team named as finalists in the HESTA Excellence 
Awards. Keep an eye out for program details for the April school holidays.

We're also very excited to be heading out on more Assisted Holidays in 2022. We have three Queensland destinations on offer for January - March, with getaways planned to Bribie Island, the Glasshouse Mountains and Tangalooma Island Resort. 

Our Assisted Holidays are always a great balance of activities and relaxation, as our Avegators experienced during our Sunshine Coast trip earlier this year. 

With a beautiful holiday home in Mooloolaba as their base, our travelers enjoyed a whale watching cruise, close encounters with red pandas and giraffes at Australia Zoo, and a leisurely Aqua Duck tour to round off the trip.

With so much on offer, Avegates is the perfect way for you to get out and about with your friends, with Multicap staff looking after all the details and on hand for your support. 

Check out what we have coming up this year by visiting our website.

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