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aura.travel strengthens its real-time booking offering through new partnership with Resonline and Bookeasy


aura.travel has announced today the completion of a new integration partnership with Resonline and Bookeasy which offers property managers an expanded online distribution capability through a seamless property, rates and availability management experience. The new partnership expands aura.travel’s Australian live booking property inventory to over 10,000 in addition to thousands of existing request-based booking properties available through the site.

“This is a fantastic milestone for AURA. We are not only providing our guests with a superior booking experience, but also substantially increasing the conversion rates while offering tremendous margin value to property owners with some of the lowest OTA commissions in the industry” says aura.travel’s managing director Lucian Kafka.


For more information, or to arrange an interview, please contact: Tracey Leitch - media@aura.travel

About aura.travel

AURA (aura.travel, AURA Holdings Pty. Limited) was founded in 2009 in Sydney, Australia and the website launched in 2012 as a premier Australian holiday rental portal. Currently AURA is the largest and fastest growing Australian owned holiday rental website with thousands of holiday houses, furnished apartments and short-term accommodation listings - all within a thriving community of owners, property managers and travellers. AURA charges no listing fees and a low-rate commission for confirmed bookings, making it a risk-free, cost-effective option for guests and property-owners alike. For more information about AURA, visit www.aura.travel.

About Resonline

Resonline was founded in 2003 and was the first Channel Manager in Australia to implement a two-way connection between channels and property managers. Resonline’s leading software technology allows a property to expand its online distribution plus manage rooms and rates with ease.

About Bookeasy

Bookeasy is the leading destination management system for the Australian tourism industry. The system is currently used by over 170 clients encompassing tourism destinations and their visitor centres, plus over 45,000 operators across Australia.