The iconic Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa has won the top honour at this year’s Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards taking home the coveted Sir David Brand Award.
The award is the pinnacle of tourism recognition in Western Australia and is selected by a specialised panel of judges. Judges recognise uniqueness, innovation, dedication, public appeal, regard for long term impact and overall contribution to the tourism industry.
Hawaiian CEO Russell Gibbs said the award was valuable recognition for the Resort and the hardworking team behind it.
“Receiving the Sir David Brand award is an absolute honour for us and the culmination of a lot of hard team work to make Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa the amazing destination that it is today,” Mr Gibbs said.
“While we don't necessarily go about our business to win awards, it is great to be acknowledged for our efforts.”
The Resort, proudly owned and managed by Hawaiian, was also awarded three other WA Tourism Awards for; Luxury Accommodation, Business Tourism and the Sunset Bar & Grill took home the award for the Tourism Restaurants and Catering Services category.
Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa will now represent WA at the Australian Tourism Awards held early next year.
Acting Tourism Minister John Day said the world-class resort had established itself at the top of a competitive local, national and international market.