Surfer Rosa clients Lets Go Surfing Australia, Byron Bay Bluesfest and Auswalk Walking Holidays were acknowledged for their business excellence each winning gold in their respective categories in the 2016 New South Wales and Victorian Tourism Awards events in Sydney and Melbourne last night.
Lets Go Surfing Australia run surf schools in Sydney and Byron Bay and have been teaching thousands of visitors from Australia and overseas how to have fun, connect with nature and challenge themselves through the adventure of learning to surf for 21 years. They took out the gold award for adventure tourism in New South Wales.
Auswalk is a family owned Australian tourism business based in Victoria offering 43 guided and self-guided walking holidays in many of Australia’s most popular and recognised areas of natural beauty. Winning gold for adventure tourism in Victoria, their walking experiences give guests the chance to unplug, escape the daily grind and explore Australia’s greatest natural landscapes the healthy way.
Byron Bay Bluesfest is Australia’s premier blues and roots music festival. Winning gold for Major Festivals and Events in New South Wales, the much loved Easter weekend festival has presented a staggering array of contemporary and legendary artists from the blues, roots and myriad sub genres for 27 years. It’s history runs parallel to Byron Bay’s evolution into an iconic destination renowned for vibrant arts and creativity around the world.
Each business was judged in highly competitive categories on tourism excellence, business planning, marketing, staff development and sustainability. Surfer Rosa Communications wrote and prepared their submissions in close consultation with each business.
What they all have in common is a commitment to delivering superlative memorable experiences. We are just delighted that these fantastic tourism and event businesses and valued clients have been recognised for excellence, and to have played a role in telling their story to stand out amongst the judging panels and industry peers.