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World of transfers available with home-booked service

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RIGHT TO THE DOOR: International Transfer takes the worry out of onward travel.

RIGHT TO THE DOOR: International Transfer takes the worry out of onward travel.

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One-stop shop allows travellers access to more than 800 transport companies.

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MANY of us step off a long-haul flight tired and more than a little grumpy. Negotiating onward travel can be difficult under these circumstances.

Now there is an Australian owned and operated service that allows you to search, choose and book transfers all over the world on the internet before you go.

International Transfer promises to be a simple and reliable one-stop shop allowing travellers access to more than 800 transport companies providing options from luxury limousines to share rides, water taxis and coaches.

Offering services from 2000 airports as well as hotels, train stations, cruise terminals and private addresses, the website is designed to be user friendly.

All you need to do is enter pick-up and drop-off locations, the time you wish to travel, and the number of people included in the booking. Once completed, you are offered a selection of reliable transfer alternatives, all quoted in Australian dollars.

For example, a private transfer for a family of four from Denpasar airport in Bali to Legian Beach Hotel in a private vehicle is a total of $17 for all four passengers for the 25-minute ride.

Already proving popular through the website are rail station transfers, such as a private limo transfer from Naples train station to the town of Sorrento - a 70-minute journey - available from $178 total for up to four adults.

International Transfer is fully supported by Australian company International Rail.

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