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Five locals vying for Tourism Awards this Saturday

Five locals vying for Tourism Awards this Saturday

Photo: F.O.O.D. Week 2018 by Troy Pearson

The region’s best tourism businesses are in Orange this weekend to see who will be crowned winner at the 2018 Country and Outback Regional Tourism Awards.

Five local tourism ventures have been named finalists in the 2018 awards: Lakeview Luxury Retreat, Orange Ex-Services’ Club, Orange F.O.O.D Week, the Orange Visitor Information Centre, and The Age of Fishes Museum in Canowindra.

The winners will be announced this Saturday, 28 July, at a gala dinner and award ceremony at The Greenhouse in Orange.

The full list of finalists in the 2018 Country and Outback Awards:

Australian Celtic Festival – Glen Innes

Bathurst Regional Council – Bathurst

Blue Wren Wines – Mudgee

Canowindra Challenge Inc – Canowindra

Dubbo Regional Council – Dubbo

Eldee Station – Broken Hill

Heifer Station Wines Pty Ltd – Orange

Kirsten Serviced Accommodation – Mudgee

Lakeview Luxury Retreat – Orange

Liverpool Plains Visitor Information Centre – Willow Tree

Lodge Outback Motel – Broken Hill

Manera Heights Apartments – Dubbo

Mayfield Garden – Oberon

Mudgee Region Tourism – Mudgee

Nundle Woollen Mill – Nundle

Old Dubbo Gaol – Dubbo

Orange Ex-Service’s Club – Orange

Orange F.O.O.D Week – Orange

Orange Visitor Information Centre – Orange

Outback Astronomy – Broken Hill

Parkes Elvis Festival – Parkes

Parkes Shire Council – Parkes

Parkes Visitor Information Centre – Parkes

Shearing Shed Motor Inn – Dubbo

Sierra Escape – Mudgee

Tamworth Country Music Festival – Tamworth

The Age of Fishes Museum – Canowindra

The Parkview Hotel – Mudgee

Wayward Trails Pty Ltd – Arding

Wolgan Valley Eco Tours – Wolgan Valley

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