The Award Season Breakdown for 2015

Posted on November 12, 2015

Take a look at some of the awards that have been collected this season. These are just a few of the highlights from this year.

Launceston Airport is proclaimed 2015 “Major Airport of the Year”

Our local airport has received national acclaim from the Australian Airport Industry. Extensive redesign and renovations have brought huge leaps in convenience and facilities for the travelling public, putting the Launceston Airport at the top of the ladder for all major Australian airports.

The AAA judged across six criteria including customer experience, environmental management and community engagement. Launceston Airport recent transformation has impacted every part of the travel experience and sent prospects for Northern Tasmania’s tourism soaring higher than a Jumbo jet.

Tasmanian Walking Company runs away with 3 Gold medals at the Tasmanian Tourism Awards

An amazing 3 gold medals went to the Tasmanian Walking Company in the categories of Ecotourism, Adventure Tourism, and the Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism.

The Tasmanian Walking Company’s’ guided wilderness experience has been recognised as a responsible way to show the world what makes Tasmania unique.

Learn more about the awards and see the rest of the winners at the TICT.

Josef Chromy Wines. The ultimate in Tasmanian Wining & Dining

Proving yet again why it’s one of the best brands in Northern Tasmania, Josef Chromyhas won 2 gold medals at the Tasmanian Tourism Awards. The accolades this year were for both their Restaurant and Catering services as well their world-class Cellar Door experience.

For the second year in a row Joseph Chromy restaurant and catering services have won the State prize. This year the Winery tour also won a Gold medal in the category “Tourism Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries”. It’s been another stellar year for the company so congratulations to all the team at Relbia.

One Agency Launceston

Making waves this year, One Agency picked up the Best Small Agency award. With their innovative approach to marketing it's no surprise they are turning heads.

The Bells are ringing at Chalmers

Our creative team has again been acclaimed for its creativity, this time at the prestigious Diemen Awards, Tasmania’s new platform for the design, digital and print industries. Winners included:

A Grand Diemen: Digital - Blue Derby Website
Design: Posters - Launceston Airport Walkway Signage
Design: Wild Card - Chalmers Church Redesign

Blade Runner typography, the Cycle2 website and the Bell Bay Aluminium Poster were all finalists in their categories as well.

At the Australian Web Awards we also won the Best Small Business website for Tasmania and Victoria with an entry on behalf of Cycle2.

Congratulations and thanks to all our Clients who received acclaim and recognition for their amazing products and services.

Awards are an excellent way to highlight the great potential of our clients’ businesses, as well as inspiring us to raise the creative bar each and every year.

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