2011 Victorian Tourism Awards
Central Deborah Gold Mine has been recognised for going the extra mile, taking out top honours in the Heritage and Cultural Tourism category at the RACV 2011 Victorian Tourism Awards.
The staff and volunteers at Central Deborah Gold Mine put in an enormous effort to deliver a personalised and unique experience to our visitors. This achievement is confirmation that we are delivering a top service and have earned our place as a premier attraction in the state of Victoria.
Congratulating Central Deborah Gold Mine, Minister for Tourism and Events, Louise Asher said, “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,” Ms 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.
As a Victorian Tourism Awards Winner, Central Deborah Gold Mine will go on to represent Victoria at the Qantas 2011 Australian Tourism Awards in Cairns in March 2012.