Saturday, October 24, 2009
TOURISM TREBLE FOR FANTASEA ADVENTURE CRUISING
Winner of the Best Tourism Attraction Award was Fantasea's Reefworld day tours to Hardy Reef Reefworld which features include a large underwater viewing observatory, secure diving areas, large sundeck and viewing area, change rooms, fresh water showers, children's swimming enclosures and extensive shaded areas.
Fantasea's Reefworld, featuring Australia's only Great Barrier Reef sleepover, was the winner of the Unique Accommodation Award.
The ultimate in Barrier Reef experiences, Reefsleep offers fully catered overnight accommodation on Hardy Reef, 51 nautical miles offshore.
The company also took out the award for Best Major Tour and/or Transport Operator, recognition of the level of service provided by Fantasea's fleet of high speed multi-hulled boats which plies between the Whitsunday islands.
Fantasea Adventure Cruising is a Queensland owned company, being part of the Riverside Marine group operated by the Campbell family in Brisbane.
(Pic Caption – Left to Right; Fantasea staff Tiffany Brett, John Dyson, Michelle Rynne, Michael Moran, Heather Thatcher, Jamie Ashton and Sarah Adams celebrate their tourism awards success. Please credit Whitsunday Times )
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