Awards . Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards . About the Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards

About the Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards

The Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards aims to recognise and promote excellence in tourism.

The Awards support improved business planning, development and internal analysis of tourism businesses as well as celebrate the creativity, professionalism and innovation of the region’s tourism industry.

The Awards are a submission and site visit (where applicable) based competition for all tourism businesses and industry suppliers based within the Yorke Peninsula region. The Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards Presentation and Gala Dinner provide an opportunity to publicly recognise and showcase the region’s finest tourism operators.

 

The Awards aims to:

  • Publicly recognise and reward excellence in the tourism industry.

  • Encourage and celebrate creativity, professionalism and innovation in Yorke Peninsula Tourism.

  • Support improved business planning, development and internal analysis among tourism operators.

  • Provide a benchmark for best practice within the tourism industry.

  • Continuously improve and raise standards.

  • Reinforce the value of the tourism industry.

  • Reinforce consumer confidence in the tourism industry.

  • Provide a better Yorke Peninsula visitor experience.

 

Why enter?

Entering the Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards provides an opportunity for you to:

  • Raise the profile and reputation of your business.

  • Showcase your success to the industry and public.

  • Review business goals and record achievements.

  • Benchmark against your competitors.

  • Receive recognition of excellence by your peers.

  • Enhance and celebrate your business performance.

  • Build morale and team spirit among your staff.

  • You have a great business - celebrate it!

 

Who chooses award winners

Submissions are judged by a panel of industry peers selected for their knowledge and experience in the tourism industry.

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