Queensland brings home huge haul at national awards

Queensland brings home huge haul at national awards

Australian Tourism Awards

Posted on 07.03.2019

Queensland boasts Australia’s best events, tours, accommodation, food, wine and eco-tourism experiences. Congratulations to our six gold, eight silver, three bronze and legendary family winners at last Friday’s Australian Tourism Awards – Queensland’s biggest haul of awards at the national level in a number of years.

Gold winners from Queensland:

Silver winners from Queensland:

Bronze winners from Queensland:

and announcing:

Australian Tourism Legends:
The Irwin Family

The Australian Tourism Awards are the tourism industry’s peak Awards – recognising and promoting excellence in tourism. First established by the Federal Government in 1985, the Australian Tourism Awards are now owned and managed by Australian Tourism Awards Inc, on behalf of the tourism industry.

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