Twenty tourism experiences offering top experiences for older visitors in Australia were recognized at the recently-concluded Grey Nomad Awards.
As per a report, Point Turton Caravan Park on South Australia‘s Yorke Peninsula headed the list.
The waterside van park constructed into a historic limestone quarry won Best of the Best as the finale to the awards celebration following its selection as the Gold Award winner of the Best Grey Nomad Small Caravan Park.
The Best of the Best award is given to the park that has impressed the judges the most, determined by the highest cumulative score from all the winners.
The Grey Nomad Awards is a niche national tourism initiative that showcases the top destinations for older travelers to spend time and relax across the country.
The awards are evaluated by tourism experts across the country who provide valuable insight and feedback to every participant, ensuring that nominees are equipped with practical advice on improving their tourism offerings to the benefit of their businesses, visitors, and the community.
The judges commented that this year’s winners reflect the exceptional experiences they offer to senior travelers.
“Each winner is playing a small yet critical role in assisting the Australian tourism sector recovery.”
This story originally appeared on Glam Adelaide.