Australia TODAY Show to Broadcast From Hawaii

Australia TODAY Show’s globe trotting weather presenter Steve Jacobs, will head over  to the beautiful Hawaiian summer for an outside broadcast of the weather on the Nine Network,  commencing Monday 3rd of June.

Steve Jacobs

Steve Jacobs

TODAY will be broadcasting live from three of Hawaii’s most stunning islands, highlighting the diversity of experiences and landscapes, particularly lesser known hidden treasures on the neighbour islands of Kauai and Hawai’i Island, otherwise known as the Big Island.  
 
On Monday the 3rd of June and Tuesday 4th of June, TODAY will discover the Big Island.  Segments will show off one of the highlights of a trip to Hawai’i Island with a visit to Volcanoes National Park and a spectacular boat tour to see lava from Hawaii’s only active volcano spill into the ocean.

When I went out on the LavaKai

When I went out on the LavaKai

Next he will tick something else off the bucket list with an opportunity to snorkel and swim with the majestic manta rays in Keauhou Bay.
 
Kaua’i will be the island on everyone’s lips on Wednesday and Thursday when viewers will be in awe of the natural beauty and diversity of the island.  From the depths of Waimea Canyon, to the magnificent cliffs of the Napali Coast and picturesque location of Hanalei Bay, it is no wonder this island has been chosen as a film location for many of Hollywood’s blockbuster movies.
 
Finally on Friday, Steve will be saying ‘Aloha’ to the familiar face of Waikiki Beach on Oahu, the gateway to the Hawaiian Islands.  Steve will be based at the iconic Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa and partaking in all things Hawaiian, from sampling local food and cultural activities and perhaps even hanging loose on the waves of Waikiki if the surf is up.
 
Helen Williams from Hawai’i Tourism Oceania said “With the growing number of Australians visiting Hawai’i, we wanted to take this amazing opportunity to showcase not only the better known Island of Oahu but two of our very unique Neighbour Islands, Kauai and Hawaii Island.  We hope that this exposure will provide more Australians with a compelling reason to visit Oahu plus at least one Neighbour Island when next they travel to Hawaii.” Said Williams  
 
“Awareness of and travel to all six of our Hawaiian islands has been continually growing and with an increase in capacity due to new flights from Brisbane and Melbourne, we want to encourage first time and repeat visitors to see all our Islands.  The partnership with Network Nines’ Today Show  will showcase a sample of the fun things to see and do when visiting the Islands of Hawaii as well as provide viewers with a taste of Aloha and we would like to say ‘Mahalo’ ( thankyou)  to our partners, Hawaiian Airlines and Starwood hotels for helping make this happen.”  continued Williams.
 
The TODAY Show Hawai’i segments will be on air nationally each day from 5.30am – 9am from Monday 3rd – Friday 7th of June.  

 
Live Broadcasts will be from following locations;
Monday June 3- Kahua Ranch- North Kohala, Hawai’i Island
Tuesday June 4- Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa at Keauhou Bay, Hawai’i Island
Wednesday June 5- Smith’s Tropical Paradise Garden Luau at Wailua, Kauai Island
Thursday June 6 – St Regis Princeville Resort
Friday June 7- Moana Surfrider, a Westin Spa and Resort

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