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The Limestone Coast has collected a swag of accolades at the South Australian Tourism Awards, announced in Adelaide on Friday night.
Regular recipients the Naracoorte Caves again starred, collecting the award for significant tourist attraction.
Robe Long Beach Holiday Park was highly commended in the Tourist and Caravan Parks category.
Hollick Wines at Coonawarra won the tourism wineries section.
Russet Ridge Cellar Door won the award for tourism retailing.
Cellar Door manager Elaine Ratcliffe says it recognises the winery's efforts to involve visitors as much as possible.
"First of all the cellar door was opened to showcase our local Coonawarra and Padthaway wines, in particular, in the region in which they originated," she said.
"Then we've aimed to offer a lot more than just wine tasting and sales. We have the region's only regular behind-the-scene winery tour, we also do on-site wine, food and music events, and during last vintage, we also offered wine appreciation sessions."
Meanwhile, Limestone Coast Tourism regional marketing manager Peter Abbott is thrilled with the region's haul.
"The number of awards that we won is high, but also the categories we won were really strong," he said.
"Cellar door was a contested category across the state, and to say that we've got the best cellar door in the state in our area is fantastic.
"Tourism retailing [is] another one that was very strongly contested and the caravan section, of course, was very competitive, and to have highly commended in that area was fantastic."
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