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State silver award spurs visitor centre to go for gold

Katrina Robinson, Maddy Armstrong, Veronica Dobner, Larissa French and Hailey Eaton with the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitors Centre’s silver award.
Katrina Robinson, Maddy Armstrong, Veronica Dobner, Larissa French and Hailey Eaton with the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitors Centre’s silver award.Picture: Louise White / Kalgoorlie Miner

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre has won silver at the prestigious Perth WA Tourism Awards in the Visitor Information Services category at a gala dinner at Crown Perth.

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre manager Veronica Dobner said it was a “privilege and an honour” to be recognised at the ceremony.

“It was fantastic, it is the second year we have received silver,” she said.

“Next year we will really try hard to go for gold.”

The Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards, now in its 45th year, highlight the quality and diversity of the tourist attractions, amenities and experiences that WA has to offer.

The visitor information services category recognises the consistent delivery of high quality and face-to-face information services to the visitor.

Judging is based on five criteria, including tourism excellence, business planning, marketing, customer service and sustainability.

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre had to battle it out against fellow finalists from Armadale, Geraldton and the Swan Valley visitor centres.

Swan Valley Visitor Centre took gold in the category and will go on to represent WA at the national awards next year.

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