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Corporate Overview

Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia has a strong commitment to social responsibility. All profits are reinvested in the Indigenous Land Corporation's (ILC) Indigenous training and development across Australia.

Executive Team

Grant Hunt Voyages CEO

Grant Hunt

Chief Executive Officer


Grant Hunt commenced as CEO of Voyages in September 2018. Previously he led the company for more than a decade between 1996 and 2006 and returned after an absence of twelve years to a company he says is in his blood. During his absence, Grant was owner of Hunt Tourism Services (HTS) - a specialist advisory service to the experiential tourism and travel sector.

Grant served as Chairman of the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ATDW) until August 2018, he is a Non-Executive Director of Discovery Holiday Parks, the largest owner and operator of caravan and camping assets in Australia and was a member of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Board of Management until 2018.

He is a past Chairman of both Tourism Tasmania and Tourism Northern Territory, recent Chairman of Sunshine Coast Destination Limited and a past board member of Tourism Australia. Grant has also served as Chairman of the Commonwealth Government Iconic Sites Taskforce and was a member of the Department of Climate Change/CSIRO Stakeholder Group.

Mark Seatree  - Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia

Mark Seatree

Acting Chief Financial Officer


Mark has significant CFO and Company Secretarial experience within ASX Listed companies and has successfully completed a range of corporate transactions including corporate restructuring, floating companies on ASX (IPO), private equity investments, and securing large project finance facilities and working capital funding.

Mark has detailed hospitality experience with over 10 years’ in professional practice serving a number of hospitality clients from both a corporate finance, internal audit and external audit perspective. Mark specialises in mergers and acquisitions, due diligence investigations, business valuations, financial modelling, business and strategic planning, feasibility studies, financial restructuring and capital raisings.

Ray Stone

Ray Stone

Executive General Manager - Sales, Marketing and Distribution


Ray Stone’s career in hospitality, sales and marketing began in London and spans more than 35 years with Hilton, Westin, Shangri-La and Accor, where he held Director of Sales and Marketing and Vice President Corporate Marketing roles with Westin Hotels in the United States.

Ray worked for Accor, for 14 years in the Asia Pacific Region, six based in Sydney as Exec GM Sales and Marketing, Pacific Region and eight years as Senior VP Sales and Marketing - Asia-Pacific Region, before taking on the role of Executive General Manager - Sales, Marketing and Distribution for Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia in 2011.

Manfred Pieper

Manfred Pieper 

Executive General Manager - Operations


Manfred Pieper originally from Germany, started his hotel career nearly 5 decades ago. After completing an apprenticeship and acquiring a degree in Hotel Management, Manfred worked for a number of years in individual deluxe properties before joining Hilton International. He worked for Hilton International in various operational positions including a six year tenure as Vice President Operations. Hotels were located in 12 different countries spread over four different continents.

Manfred joined Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia in 2011, as Executive General Manager - Operations.

Kerrynne Liddle

Executive General Manager, Change Leadership and Business Improvement


Kerrynne joined Voyages in May 2018 . Kerrynne has extensive professional experience and qualifications in public affairs, business and management and governance.

An Arrernte woman, born and raised in Central Australia, she has held senior leadership roles in large global and Australian private and publicly listed companies in the media, professional consulting, tertiary and oil and gas sectors.

In corporate, not for profit and voluntary roles she has focussed on human resources, regulatory compliance, strategy and performance improvement, ethics and Indigenous employment and procurement.