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Intrepid wins gold at recent Australian Tourism Awards

Intrepid Travel's Australian-based operating companies have enjoyed a winning weekend at both the Brolga Northern Territory Awards in Darwin and at the Western Australian Tourism Awards. 
Intrepid Connections, a joint venture between APT and Intrepid Travel, won three awards at the 2010 Brolga Northern Territory Awards in Darwin including Major Tour and Transport category, staff member, Warwick Rock won Outstanding Contribution by an Individual and another staff member, Luke Paterson won the Interpretive Guide category. This is the third year running that Intrepid Connections has taken out the Brolga for Best Major Tour and Transport Operator.
Kimberley Wild Expeditions, in which Intrepid Travel owns a stake, was also awarded Western Australia's Best Tour Operator for the third year running at the 2010 Western Australian Tourism Awards. The prestigious award recognised the quality of Kimberley Wild's 4WD tour product along with its strong commitment to protecting the local environment and respecting the local traditional Kimberley culture.
James Thornton, Intrepid Travel's GM Global Sales said, "We are thrilled to be consistently recognised for our high quality adventures in the Northern Territory and Western Australia for three years running."
"2011 marks our fourth year of operating trips in Australia and to see both our operators in the Northern Territory and Western Australia continuing to deliver such award winning product is a terrific result for us."
"We have expanded our Australian product range in 2011 - a decision we're particularly happy about given our success in our own backyard!"


Thursday, November 25, 2010

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