Alex Beach Cabins and Tourist Park
A Big Congratulations to Les & Margaret Woodbury from Alex Beach Cabins and Tourist Park who received an “Outstanding Contribution by a Member” Award at the Caravanning Queensland State Conference in November.
They have been active in the Association for over 30 years both in their Local Sunshine Coast Divisional Level and in a wider role too with State and National Support. The Woodbury’s are regular attendees at conferences and shows and help the Association on countless occasions.
This Award is not one that is handed out lightly or very often so is very special award to receive. Les and Margaret were very happy and quite humble to know their efforts have been recognised and to accept the award, as you can see by the smiles on their faces.
Angelsea Beachfront Family Caravan Park
Angelsea Beachfront Family Caravan Park Announced as a tourism award finalist.
Local business Anglesea Beachfront Family Caravan Park has been announced as a finalist for Tourist
and Caravan Parks at the RACV 2011 Victorian Tourism Awards.
“We’re thrilled to be the only finalist in this category for these awards and congratulate BIG4 Beacon Resort as the Winner and Hall of Fame inductee.
Full credit goes to our dedicated team at the park including everyone who strives to provide such a good first impression on the phone and in reception as well as all of our cleaners and groundsmen who work tirelessly to keep the park looking its best” Justin Morris, Park Operator said.
Anglesea Beachfront Family Caravan Park is the only caravanning and holiday park in Anglesea with beach and river frontage. Set on 16 hectares of stunning parkland, there is great fishing, surfing, swimming, walking and bike trails right on the doorstep.
Just 70 minutes from Melbourne on the Great Ocean Road, Anglesea Beachfront has everything you
need to experience and enjoy the surf coast and accommodation options from powered camping sites to luxury spa cottages to suit your holiday style and budget.The awards are instrumental in encouraging creativity, professionalism and innovation within the tourism industry.
“These awards recognise and reward the best tourist experiences across our state and honour our highly skilled workforce and promote award-winning products,” Minister for Tourism and Major Events Louise Asher said.
“These awards celebrate the achievements of those who strive for tourism excellence and quality and to make Victoria a world-class tourism destination.”
More than 140 tourism operators competed in 27 business categories, with another three individual and group awards presented at a gala ceremony on 14 November.
More information and contact details for winners is available at victoriantourismawards.com.au
Apollo Bay Holiday Park
2011 Powercor Colac Otway
Apollo Bay Holiday Park workers say they feel the park is like a family. The park has won the region’s Tourism or Hospitality Services Award at the Powercor Colac Otway Business Awards.