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New South Wales presents its 2015 Tourism Awards

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egtmedia59New South Wales has celebrated the achievements of its tourism industry during a special ceremony at Dockside Pavilion to mark the 2015 NSW Tourism Awards.

The state’s Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events, Stuart Ayres, said the Awards provided a fantastic opportunity to publicly showcase the quality products and experiences that are continuously delivered across NSW each year.

“It was an honour to be at this year’s NSW Tourism Awards and congratulate the individuals and businesses from one of the country’s most important industries on their outstanding accomplishments over the last year,” Ayres said.

“In the year ended June 2015, the tourism industry contributed AUD 23.6 billion in international and domestic overnight visitor expenditure to the NSW economy.

“These phenomenal figures demonstrate the significance of recognising the thousands of individuals who have worked tirelessly to ensure NSW remains the number one tourism and events state.”http://www.dreamhotels.com/bangkok/

The 2015 NSW Tourism Awards are made up of 29 categories including a range of tourism areas such as major tourist attractions, ecotourism, destination marketing, accommodation, tourism education and training.

Destination NSW chief executive Sandra Chipchase said Destination NSW was proud to support the NSW Tourism Awards.

“The NSW Tourism Awards celebrate not only the winners but the finalists from across the State which is a major achievement in itself,” Chipchase said.

“Awards such as these provide a valuable platform to help businesses consistently strive for excellence in their respective fields and last night was a wonderful testament to the diversity and strength of the NSW tourism industry.” 


Major Tourist Attractions

Taronga Zoo

Tourist Attractions

Cape Byron State Conservation Area

Major Festivals and Events

Byron Bay Bluesfest 

Festivals and Events

Boggabri Drovers Campfire


Tri State Safaris 

Cultural Tourism


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Tourism

Arakwal Dolphin Dreaming Cape Byron State Conservation Area

Specialised Tourism Services

Flash Camp

Visitor Information Services

Dubbo Visitor Information Centre

Business Event Venue

Chateau Elan at The Vintage

Major Tour and Transport Operators

AAT Kings New South Wales

Tour and Transport Operators

Oz Whale Watching: Sydney Princess Cruises

Adventure Tourism

TreeTops Central Coast

Destination Marketing

UNSPOILT South Coast Marketing Campaign

Tourism Restaurants and Catering Services

Bent on Food

Tourism Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries

Margan Wines

Caravan and Holiday Parks

BIG4 Deniliquin Holiday Park

Hosted Accommodation

Eldee Station

Unique Accommodation

Taronga Western Plains Zoo

Self Contained Accommodation

Lilypad Luxury Cabins

Standard Accommodation

Moama on Murray Resort

Deluxe Accommodation

The Observatory Port Macquarie

Luxury Accommodation

Chateau Elan at The Vintage

New Tourism Business

Halcyon House

Excellence in Food Tourism

Margan Wines & Restaurant 

Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism

The Observatory Port Macquarie

Outstanding Contribution by an Individual

Ron Cregan 

Tourism Education and Training

Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School 

Backpacker Accommodation

Railway Square YHA

People’s Choice

TreeTops Central Coast

Edited by Peter Needham

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