Yorke Peninsula will see ten of its local businesses represented at the 2016 South Australian Tourism Awards as they compete to be recognised as SA’s best in tourism.
The Awards Ceremony, recognised as Tourism’s Night of Nights, will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre this Friday, 4th November and will showcase some of the South Australia’s finest tourism attractions, restaurants, accommodation businesses and more.
Last year two businesses from Yorke Peninsula were recognised as the best in their categories; Aboriginal Cultural Tours SA and Yondah Beach House.
Aboriginal Cultural Tours SA was also inducted into the SA Tourism Awards Hall of Fame in 2015. This year Yondah Beach House is up for possible induction if they win their respective category for a consecutive third year.
South Australian Tourism Industry Council General Manager, Shaun de Bruyn says the SA Tourism Awards are an important part in building South Australia’s tourism excellence. It is a whole of business award with a comprehensive criteria that showcases the outstanding achievements and success of South Australia’s tourism experiences.
Yorke Peninsula Tourism Manager, Brooke Liebelt says tourism and the visitor economy is vitally important to the region and is a major economic driver for Yorke Peninsula, helping to create business opportunities and jobs.
“The SA Tourism Awards program is a great way to benchmark your business in the industry, and I wish the finalists the very best of luck and congratulate them for entering.
“The number of Yorke Peninsula entrants into these awards is a fantastic illustration of the commitment Yorke Peninsula operators have towards the tourism industry.”
For more information, please visit: www.satourismawards.com.au