25th May, 2012
VR Tours' New Web Site Goes Live
Its been a long time coming but the new VR Tours web site finally went live today! Featuring a fresh new modern look and improved layout, updated samples for all of our products and services, links through to all our social media portals including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Google+ which will allow our visitors and customers to keep updated on all that's going on at VR Tours, and the new web site communicates information about the company and its products in a much clearer way. Also, built into the new web site is a cutomer contacts database with email marketing and newsletter capabilities.
"Along with our social media portals such as Facebook and Twitter, this will allow us to better communicate latest news, product updates and special offers to our customers. We now have the ability to stay in touch with our customer base much more easily then we were able to before." said Nick Walker, General Manager of VR Tours.
"The launch of our new web site and social media pages are an exciting step for us as a business and it has been a long time coming!".
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17th May, 2012
The Mater Hospital Maternity Virtual Tour
The virtual tour of The Mater hospital's Maternity Ward in North Sydney went live today and was the remaining element left to integrate into their new web site. The virtual tour show cases all of the Mater's high quality Maternity facilities including a delivery suite, family room, post natal room and patient lounge areas. This will allow expecting mums to be able to check out the facilities before they come to The Mater to give birth.
12th December, 2011
Royal Australian Navy Virtual Tours
VR Tours in conjunction with George Patterson Y&R advertising giant have completed work on two HD virtual tours of HMAS ANZAC Frigate and HMAS Armidale Patrol Boat for the Australian Navy's new Defence Jobs web site. This project involved photographing the Frigate HMAS ANZAC at the Garden Island naval base in Sydney, and HMAS Armidale in Darwin. The purpose behind the web site and virtual tours is to aid potential new recruits or people interested in joining the Navy, to get a better understanding of what serving in the Navy is like and so attract new recruits. The virtual tours allow users to go 'on board' real working Navy ships and to have a look around which you otherwise would not be able to do. The Royal Australian Navy virtual tours are this month's Featured Tour and can be viewed by visting these links - HMAS ANZAC and HMAS Armidale.