The Age of Fishes Museum in Canowindra has been announced as a finalist in the 2019 Destination Country and Outback and Destination Riverina Murray Regional Tourism Awards.
The Age of Fishes Museum has been nominated in the Tourist Attraction category for 2019.
“This year’s finalists showcase the best of the region’s tourism industry and some amazing individuals and operators. Each of these finalists is now in the running to be named a winner in 19 award categories at our gala awards ceremony on July 27 in Dubbo”, said Regional Tourism Awards Chair, Jane Barnes.
“We are definitely up against some of the big guns from out west this year,” said Anne Clark, The Age of Fishes Museum Manager.
“It is just wonderful to be nominated again, you have to be in it to win it”, continued Anne.
Lucy White, General Manager of Destination Country and Outback, says the Regional Tourism Awards are an invaluable opportunity for the industry to come together and celebrate business excellence across the sector. “We look forward to celebrating the achievements of our finalists,
as they take their first steps on the way to possible State and National recognition.
All our tourism finalists have contributed to the Country and Outback’s growing reputation as a premier destination in NSW, and I would like to congratulate everyone who took the time to enter.”
Winners of the Regional Tourism Awards gain finalist status upon entering the NSW State Tourism Awards, and if successful, go onto the National Tourism Awards.