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Rupe, Buzz & Flatley RWC 2023 Tour 3B

Cities visited

Aix en Provence, Bordeaux, Marseille, Nice, Paris, Toulouse

RWC 2023 matches

quarter-final 1, quarter-final 3, semi-final 1, semi-final 2

Dates

10 – 24 OCT 2023

Flights

Return Economy (Upgrades on request and availability)

Hotel Standard

4 star

Nights

12 nights

$12,235 *

*per person twin share

+ $3,350*

*single supplement

Your RWC 2023 Tour Leaders

Gullivers have selected Australian Rugby personalities to host your RWC 2023 escorted tour.

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Tour Leader

Rupert 'Rupes' McCall

Rupert is a retired solicitor who left the legal profession to become a full-time poet.

‘Rupes’ is hailed as a modern-day Banjo Patterson. Rupert has captured the imagination and stirred the souls of people all over Australia with his poetry.

‘Rupes’ is a passionate Australian and his ability to share this enthusiasm with any audience is warmly received.

‘Rupes’ has hosted and spoken at various high-profile functions in Australia and all around the world

Tour Leader

Mark 'Buzz' Connors

Mark earned 20 caps for the Wallabies and was part the 1999 Rugby World Cup winning Wallabies in Cardiff.

‘Buzz’ also played 134 games for the Queensland Reds and is the third most capped player.

‘Buzz’ also had stints playing in the UK with Northampton and in Japan with Suntory.

‘Buzz’ is a former board member of the Queensland Rugby Union and also Rugby Australia.

‘Buzz’ is currently the Head of Private Clients at FIIG Securities and also sits on the board of the Australia Japan Foundation.

Tour Leader

Elton 'Flats' Flately

Elton Flatley played 38 tests for Australia and 114 games for the Queensland Reds

‘Flats’ figured prominently in Australia’s 2003 Rugby World Cup campaign, going right to the final against England.

‘Flats’ scored the penalty that took the match to extra time, then another penalty which evened the scores at 17-17. Before England ultimately prevailed victors 20-17.

‘Flats’ finished the tournament as the third highest point score. ‘Flats’ scored 100 points for Australia.[6][7].

In April 2004 and ‘Flats’ reached another milestone, becoming the youngest player ever to reach 100 caps for the Queensland Reds.

‘Flats’ was a contestant on Australian Celebrity Survivor: Vanuatu so he knows what having fun is all about.

Your RWC 2023 Itinerary in brief

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