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QUEENSCLIFF business, BIG4 Beacon Resort has won an awards hat-trick, taking out the ‘Best Caravan and Tourist Park’ award for the third consecutive year at the RACV 2016 Victorian Tourism Awards gala night.
To honour the achievement, BIG4 Beacon Resort has also been inducted into the Victorian Tourism Awards Hall of Fame for the second time (first in 2011).
The Hall of Fame recognises BIG4 Beacon Resort as an industry leader in this category, acknowledging the exceptional facilities and services that amount to the best holiday park experience for visitors.
As further proof that the Bellarine is on a high, the Queenscliff Music Festival won best ‘Festival and Event’.

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