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Stacey Dudley

Sydney
21 Years of experience

Stacey’s travel obsession started at a very young age through her passion for planes and flying.

With her lifelong dream of becoming an Air Force pilot quashed in 2002 she found herself eager to get involved in an industry that would allow her to travel the world.

Stacey began her career as a retail consultant. However, she quickly moved on to training and managing a highly successful group of like-minded, passionate individuals. Although this experience was instrumental in getting Stacey to where she is today there was always that desire to spend more time with her clients, to hear more travel stories, to view more holiday snaps, and get back to enjoying what she loved about the industry.

With over nineteen years of experience in travel, Stacey has a special talent for arranging people’s holidays. This is more than just a job to Stacey. She has traveled extensively around the world and knows these experiences are invaluable when providing advice to her clients.

Stacey has climbed Mt Bromo in Indonesia, ice skated on Lake Louise, sailed the Whitsundays, sipped champagne under the Eiffel Tower, visited the Uros people of Lake Titicaca and walked with the lions in Mauritius. With a travel resume of nearly fifty countries and six continents under her belt, her life revolves around travel. Stacey specializes in the USA, Europe, Asia, South Pacific and Cruising however no destination is an obstacle.

What is your most memorable travel experience?

Visiting the WW1 Battlefields in France and Gallipoli and listening to the bugler sound the Last Post at Ypres. Walking in the footsteps of our Anzacs was an honor. This trip generated more emotions than I ever thought it would. I truly believe it’s a trip every Australian should embark on at least once in their lifetime.

Which destinations are you looking forward to visiting and why?

Next on the bucket list for me will be a trip on Rovos Rail through South Africa. It’s a luxurious yet unique way to explore the region and something I’ve promised I’d take my mum on for some time. I’d like to combine that with a stay at a Singita lodge so we can enjoy some time unwinding and connecting with nature.