Qantas Australian Tourism Awards : Perth Hosts Major Awards Night

Qantas Australian Tourism Awards : Perth Hosts Major Awards Night

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Qantas Australian Tourism Awards : Perth Hosts Major Awards Night

Western Australian Tourism brands won a bag of awards at the Australian Tourism Awards at Optus Stadium last night, winning 8 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists from the So Media Group team.

Qantas Australian Tourism Awards
Qantas Australian Tourism Awards at Perth Optus Stadium

WA had it’s best awards since 2003.

Winners (WA) of Qantas Australian Tourism Awards

Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures – Adventure Tourism – Gold

Swan River Seaplanes – New tourism business – Gold

Swan River Seaplanes, flying to Rottnest, Margaret River and Pinnacles from South Perth

Fremantle Prison – Culture Tourism – Gold

Fremantle Prison

Sandalford Wines – Wine Tourism – Gold

Sandalford Wines

Big 4 Holiday Park Cervantes – Best Holiday Park in Australia – Gold

Dusk at Cervantes with fishing boats. (Instagram:

Australia’s North West – Destination Marketing – Gold

Australia’s Northwest

The Beach House at Bayside – Hosted Accomodation – Gold

The Beach House at Bayside

Swan Valley Visitors Centre – Visitor Informations Services – Gold

Family Fun in the Swan Valley: Ice cream in the Swan Valley

Silver: Kooljaman at Cape Levee – Qantas Award for Aboriginal & Torres Islander Tourism; Aviair – Major Tour and Transport Operators. Bronze: Two Feet and a Heart Beat – Excellence in Food Tourism; Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough – Business Events.

The Qantas Australian Tourism Awards are the industry’s premier awards program recognising outstanding industry achievement in 25 categories, and was one of the first corporate events held at Perth Stadium.

The Awards are held as Qantas prepares its first Perth to London return direct flights, the first time airline passengers can fly from Europe to Australia without stopping.

The Qantas Australian Tourism Awards event attracted more than 800 people from across the Australia, including Tourism Australia and various State tourism bodies, CEOs of state and regional tourism bodies, tourism industry leaders.

The awards have recognised and celebrated industry excellence for more than 30 years and were last held in Perth in 2011.

Video: Qantas Australian Tourism Awards Ceremony at the Stadium

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