Tour to South Africa 2017Have you ever wanted to see the 'Big Five'? Here is your chance to not only witness the Big Five animals in their natural habitat but tour highlights including Rugby, Safari, Victoria Falls and Cape Town over an exciting 14 day tour.
The tour includes Qantas Wallabies' match in Bloemfontein, Madikwe Private Game Reserve with its abundance of wildlife & luxury lodges, the spectacular Victoria Falls with its awe-inspiring beauty, before moving to Cape Town for the All Blacks match against the Springboks. This picturesque city of Cape Town includes day tours to Robben Island, Table Mountain and the Stellenbosch region ending the tour on a high. Click here to view and download our online brochure.
Join us today for what will be a trip of a life time in South Africa!
Aus v Japan 2017If you think you have seen everything there is to see in rugby, then think again – nothing compares to rugby in a foreign country, and as the Japanese get more and more mad for the running game, Tokyo is the perfect place for the inaugural match for the Qantas Wallabies against Japan's Cherry Blossoms between the two countries on Japan's home soil.
Qantas Wallabies v Japan
Match Date: Saturday 4th November, 2017
To join us in Japan for all the action, purchase a package today!
2017 Bledisloe CupBrisbane Bledisloe cup now on sale!
With the Qantas Wallabies ending their 2016 Spring Tour campaign in fine form displaying passion and determination, it's time to shift our focus to another rugby competition rich in history, rivalry and piety – The mighty Bledisloe Cup.
Australia will battle for the prized silverware twice on home soil with a Test each in Sydney and Brisbane while the NZ clash will be held at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium , one not to be missed!
From your accommodation, match tickets, exclusive functions and merchandise, look no further than We Love Rugby for all your 2017 Bledisloe Cup needs. Packages are limited for Dunedin & Brisbane, so get in quick while stock lasts.
Pre register for Japan 2019The 9th edition of the Rugby World Cup will be held in Japan in 2019. Japan will become the first country in Asia to host the tournament and will also see the tournament held outside of the traditional rugby strongholds for the first time.
With its unique culture, buzzing cities, delicious food and spectacular sights it will be a World Cup and a destination not to be missed.
To join us for the 2019 Rugby World Cup, pre-register your interest here and we will contact you when more information is available.