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AGAIN this year, we are fea­tur­ing a ‘‘ best of the best’’ cat­e­gory in the an­nual The Aus­tralian Travel & Tourism Awards. Fi­nal­ists that have won their cat­e­gories for the past two years are not el­i­gi­ble for the 2007 vot­ing process but au­to­mat­i­cally en­ter the Win­ners’ Cir­cle for one year.

Th­ese six out­stand­ing win­ners are listed for ref­er­ence on the en­try coupon and will be hon­oured at TheAus­tralian Travel & Tourism Awards din­ner at Novo­tel Twin Wa­ters Re­sort on the Queens­land Sun­shine Coast on Novem­ber 16. Win­ners’ Cir­cle in­ductees will again be el­i­gi­ble to be nom­i­nated by our panel of judges for the 2008 awards.

THE WIN­NERS’ CIR­CLE

Noosa Blue Re­sort Sun­shine Coast, Queens­land (best value ac­com­mo­da­tion)

Quick­sil­ver Cruises, Queens­land (best tour op­er­a­tor)

Voy­ages Lizard Is­land, Queens­land (best re­sort ac­com­mo­da­tion)

Fr­eycinet Lodge, Coles Bay, Tas­ma­nia (best lodge ac­com­mo­da­tion)

Great South­ern Rail­way (The Ghan) (best in­no­va­tive tourism ex­pe­ri­ence)

Lake House, Dayles­ford, Vic­to­ria (best food/wine tourism)

Take a bow: Noosa Blue Re­sort

Rail life: The Ghan in the out­back

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