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Railway wins silver at Tasmanian Tourism Awards

July 25, 2019
Railway wins silver at Tasmanian Tourism Awards

The West Coast Wilderness Railway was honoured with a Silver Award in the Tourism Attraction category at the Tasmanian Tourism Awards for 2018.

The Tourism Attraction category was won by our neighbours a couple of hundred kilometres down the Lyell Highway, Hamilton’s Curringa Farm, a great place to break your journey to the West Coast.

Gordon River Cruises took home the gold award in the Tour and Transport Operators category and Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition and Visitor Information Centre enters the Tasmanian Tourism Hall of Fame with its third consecutive win in the Visitor Information Services category.

All of the team at the West Coast Wilderness Railway extend our congratulations to all the winners and finalists entered in the Awards, and wishes those progressing to the National Awards - being held in Launceston in February - every success.

The full list of medallists is available on the Tasmanian Tourism Industry Council website.

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