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South Australia the winner at National Tourism Awards

– Woodhouse Adventure Park took out the Bronze award for Best Unique Accommodation
Abbie Tiller

South Australia will host the 2024 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards next year, marking the event’s 40th anniversary.

The announcement was made last night in Darwin at the 2023 national awards, where a long list of South Australia’s tourism operators were acknowledged for their incredible contribution to the sector.

The Adelaide Fringe was awarded Gold in the inaugural Excellence in Accessible Tourism category at a national level.

Middleton Beach Huts also received Gold for 4-4.5 Star Deluxe Accommodation.

Other South Australian winners included Seppeltsfield Wines, Bendleby Ranges, Ibis Adelaide, d’Arenberg,
Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre, Woodhouse Adventure Park, Port River Cruises and Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market.


As host city of the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards in 2025, Adelaide will welcome the crème-de-la-crème of Australia’s tourism industry who are in the running for these prestigious awards.

To be held on the back of Adelaide’s exciting festival season next year, South Australia’s capital city will provide the perfect backdrop to celebrate tourism’s night of nights.

Minister for Tourism, Zoe Bettison, said hosting the Australian Tourism Awards would provide a fantastic opportunity to showcase the State to the best of the Nation’s tourism industry, while world-class events like the Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Festival and WOMADelaide are in full swing.

“Adelaide is a great place to visit and a central hub that makes it easy for visitors to fully explore South Australia. Our city really is the gateway to enjoy stunning and diverse regional landscapes, world-class wine regions that are minutes away from the CBD, pristine beaches and native wildlife,” she said.


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