ATPM earns 10 TripAdvisor Certificates of Excellence
The accolade is awarded to properties that consistently achieve outstanding reviews on the popular travel website.
Six properties in ATPM’s own holiday park brand Escape2 Holiday Parks were recognised, along with two NRMA Holiday Parks and two Council-owned parks managed by ATPM.
ATPM Chief Executive Officer John Tilton said he is pleased to receive the awards.
“The teams at ATPM head office and onsite at the parks always work hard to deliver guests with a holiday experience that is memorable for all the right reasons,” he said.
“The Certificates of Excellence are a great indication that our guests are happy with what they are receiving at the parks, which is music to my ears!”
The properties that received the award in the Escape2 group are: Cairns Holiday Park in Queensland, Myall Shores Holiday Park in New South Wales, Eastern Beach Holiday Park and Port Campbell Holiday Park in Victoria, Port Arthur Holiday Park in Tasmania, and Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park in South Australia.
The winning NRMA properties are: Darlington Beach Holiday Park on the Coffs Coast and Merimbula Beach Holiday Park on the South Coast.
Stockton Beach Holiday Park in NSW (owned by City of Newcastle) and Streaky Bay Foreshore Tourist Park in South Australia (owned by the District Council of Streaky Bay) rounded out the recipients.
All properties are highly ranked in their TripAdvisor categories (many at number one), with average ratings of 4 to 5-stars.
To qualify for the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, businesses must maintain an overall rating of four or higher, out of a possible five. The volume of reviews received within the last 12 months is also considered. Only approximately 10 per cent of accommodations listed on TripAdvisor receive this prestigious award.