Published on : Wednesday, October 25, 2017
At 2017’s annual Queensland Tourism Awards organized by the Queensland Tourism Industry Council, a Killarney business is up for an important award. Killarney View Cabins and Caravan Park is one of six Southern Queensland Country tourism operators contending against the best of the state.
Other contestants from the Killarney are the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, Ridgemill Escape – Cabins Amongst the Vineyards at Severnlea and Queensland College of Wine Tourism – Varias Restaurant at Stanthorpe.
Over 160 nominations from all through the state can be found in this year’s awards. It would be presented by Queensland Airports Limited in collaboration with Tourism and Events Queensland.
Killarney View Cabins and Caravan Park have greeted over four thousand guests in the last few years, is chosen for best Caravan and Holiday Park.
Spread across five acres, the Killarney View Cabins and Caravan Park has an assortment of accommodation and camping amenities.
Owner Trudy Grant explained that the park’s main target of providing the guests with personal attention gave it success.
“Over the years we have formed many close friendships with our guests and welcomed them back year after year,” she said. “Our plan is to maintain a small park so that as owner operators we can continue to offer our guests the level of personal service and warm country hospitality to which they have become accustomed. Here the pace of life is slower, the air is fresher, the scenery is simply stunning and old fashioned country hospitality abounds. We offer our guests the quintessential country hospitality experience with a unique blend of tranquillity, farm animal interaction and a slice of the Australian countryside at its best.”