Silver Award Winner in Food Tourism19 November 2019 – posted in: Event News, Winery, Craft Ales, Restaurant, Cheese, Uncategorized



Outstanding tourism businesses from across New South Wales were honoured on  14th November 2019 as the winners of the 30th-anniversary edition of the prestigious NSW Tourism Awards were
announced at the Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney with 490 industry representatives in attendance.

Seventy-five award winners were announced in a range of categories, with 124 finalists in 2019, each winner was selected by an independent judging panel for their exceptional contribution to the NSW Tourism Industry.

The NSW Tourism Awards recognise those businesses who exemplify quality tourism. These businesses provide leadership in innovation, marketing and in the delivery of quality products and services. These are businesses who advance and
promote the NSW and Australian tourism industry through consistent customer service and quality experiences to all.

Speaking at the Awards, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Stuart Ayres highlighted the importance of tourism and events to the State’s economy and congratulated the winners.

“Tourism is vital to our State’s economy, so to be recognised at the NSW Tourism Awards is a truly outstanding achievement. I thank all of the winners for their unwavering commitment to offering our domestic and international visitors Australia’s most remarkable experiences.  Mr Ayres said.

“Because of these unique offerings, the NSW Visitor Economy is the envy of every other State. It’s the reason we continue to dominate with the greatest share of domestic and international visitors, visitor nights and expenditure, not to mention our impressive calendar of events across Sydney and regional NSW.

“Beyond our spectacular natural scenery and iconic capital city, the highlight for many visitors to NSW is the individuals who front these award-winning experiences, who exude contagious passion and excitement and ensure every trip to our State is simply unforgettable”.

Cupitt’s were awarded a Silver trophy in the category of Food Tourism. ‘Providing memorable food, wine and beer experiences is at the very core of our business, so it is great to be recognised in this category. ‘ said Libby Cupitt. ‘We believe that the Shoalhaven has a lot to offer tourists with it’s natural beauty and beaches being so close to many great family-owned and operated food and wine experiences.’

Cupitts Award Food Tourism
Cupitt’s awarded a Silver in the Food Tourism category