National tourism award recognition for our Darwin Bed and Breakfast

2014-Aust-Toursm-Award-FinalistWe are thrilled that the Bromeliad Bed and Breakfast here in Darwin has been short-listed as a finalist in the Australian Tourism Awards.

Coming hot on the heels of us winning the 2014 Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Award –  Hosted Accommodation, we are over the moon that all the little things we do to make sure our guests enjoy our little venture are getting us noticed.

It is actually humbling when you get notification from the national tourism awards that, ‘being a finalist in the 2014 Australian Tourism Awards is a great achievement and recognises the quality of your business at a local, state and national level.’

Thank you to everybody involved

We have a wonderful group of people involved in making Bromeliad B&B a respected destination for travellers to Darwin, especially for those with a physical disability.

Our son, Allen, who is wheelchair bound, keeps us honest and focussed on making sure our offering goes beyond the regulations and is actually based in ‘real world’ needs of ‘wheelies’.

Our suppliers and local business and tourism support services such as Tourism NT, the NT Department of Business and the Business Enterprise Centre NT have given us insight, encouragement and access to a range of professional guidance.

And, of course, special thanks must go to our wonderful guests who come from all over the world and stay with us, give us their feedback directly and then tell the world about their stay at the Bromeliad B&B with their Review comments on TripAdvisor.

They really provide the ultimate impetus to us attracting the eye of judges and other travellers so that we can keep our ‘oasis in the North’ viable and welcoming for their friends, families and colleagues well into the future.

We’ll find out the results of these efforts in April but until then we’ll just be doing what we do best: hosting visitors, listening to feedback, and adapting to the needs of tourists and other visitors with and without wheelchairs.


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