Jayco Australian Incentive

/Jayco Australian Incentive
Jayco Australian Incentive2020-04-08T16:53:29+01:00

Jayco Australian Incentive

Upon arrival, guests were driven by luxury coaches and private drivers to The Morgan hotel where they stayed for 3 nights.

We offered The Morgan in Dublin due to its location and recent refurbishment.

The group of 80+ pax arrived over 3 days in groups from Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, and Brisbane. We had guides and drivers meet them from the moment they stepped off the plane. This is important with long haul flights, due to the potential of baggage loss and overall disorientation.

When they had settled in and rested up, we organised and offered all sorts of tours from a panoramic tour of Dublin to Trinity College tours.

After 3 exciting days in Dublin, they finished with a Gala dinner in Guinness Storehouse. This dinner consisted of a 3-course meal with a bagpiper on arrival, a 3-piece instrumental band for the pre-drinks reception and an Irish Traditional band for post-dinner. This gave the guests a great finish to their Dublin visit and the ultimate beginning to their Irish incentive.

After 3 exciting days in Dublin, they finished with a Gala dinner in Guinness Storehouse. This dinner consisted of a 3-course meal with a bagpiper on arrival, a 3-piece instrumental band for the pre-drinks reception and an Irish Traditional band for post-dinner. This gave the guests a great finish to their Dublin visit and the ultimate beginning to their Irish incentive.

Day 4

All buses departed early from The Morgan hotel and went to Galway where they checked-in to The Harbour and The Galmont hotel. On arrival, they did a short walking tour of Galway. The walking tour gave them the bearings they needed to get around by themselves.

The client requested on the day a good dinner location, so we organised a dinner in the Irish restaurant McSwiggans.

Day 5

All guests departed for Belfast. Considering the long drive we organised a tea/coffee break in Sligo town then moved onto the Timberquay, Derry for lunch. It was very important to split up the day while still being able to do a quick tour of Sligo and Derry, incorporating the historical murals of Derry City. They arrived in The Grand Central Hotel, Belfast at 6 pm where they refreshed before heading out into Belfast.

Day 6

Coaches picked the group up from the hotel and did a panoramic tour of the city and had brunch. The buses later picked them up where guests got the chance to visit the infamous Giant’s Causeway. The Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns.

Day 7

Welcome to Winterfell Castle, my lords and ladies – The group had a full day of activities in The Game of Thrones experience such as axe-throwing, boat trip on the lake, archery and sword-fighting and more. In between all these activities, they enjoyed a lunch and dinner served in ancient plates and goblets. A Traditional Irish band finished off the day to keep everyone in high spirits.

Day 8

The tour of the Titanic museum started at 6pm and lasted one hour approximately.  It finished with the group arriving at the drink’s reception. Speeches were made and picture was taken of the whole group on famous Titanic steps. The group were escorted upstairs where a 3-piece band consisting of an electric violinist, harpist and drummer serenaded the guests with modern and old hits. The band played throughout the night while dinner was enjoyed followed by a DJ to keep guests entertained.

Day 9 & 10

Transfers were organised from The Grand Central hotel to Dublin and Belfast Airport. Where the group flew back to Australia.

Well done, this has been a really special event!

Gerry Ryan, CEO , Jayco.