The ultimate online travel store

With over 500,000 products from 40 local and international travel product and luggage brands, The Travel Store from Amazon Australia has everything you’ll ever need for your next holiday.

Inspired by the rapid growth of domestic and international travel, and with an estimated 2.3 million Aussies expected to travel by the end of the year, Amazon set to creating an online portal promoting more travel products than you can poke at with a stick … or mouse pointer.

Well-known brands such as premium luggage brands Qantas, Antler, Delsey, Victorinox, Wenger, and Samsonite already feature on The Travel Store. Respected outdoor and clothing retailers The North Face, Kathmandu and Eagle Creek are also there, as are travel essentials from Case Logic, Go Travel, Amazon Basics and Kipling.

“Whilst there is nothing better than a good holiday and many Aussies will be planning their next adventure, travelling can be stressful, whether its packing for a large family, a long trip or a last-minute business meeting,” said Head of Amazon Fashion Australia Angela Langmann.

“At Amazon, we want to make shopping for travel essentials as seamless and easy as possible and we hope to do just that for a nation of travel fanatics by introducing The Travel Store with more than 500,000 products being added to the more than 60 million products available on Amazon.”

The Travel Store customers will also find Kindles and ebooks, print books, and Audible audiobooks as well as travel fashion accessories such as sunglasses, cosmetics, luggage tags, passport wallets and much more.

Shoppers can search for products by the type of holiday they’ll take, be it a beach or adventure holiday, hiking or skiing, or city breaks.

The Travel Store will also be launching its own line of luggage and accessories.

Do you shop for travel accessories online? Do you shop on Amazon? Have you checked out The Travel Store? What do you think?

Written by Leon Della Bosca

Leon Della Bosca has worked in publishing and media in one form or another for around 25 years. He's a voracious reader, word spinner and art, writing, design, painting, drawing, travel and photography enthusiast. You'll often find him roaming through galleries or exploring the streets of his beloved Melbourne and surrounding suburbs, sketchpad or notebook in hand, smiling.
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