Baycourt receives tourism award

Baycourt has received recognition for their sustainable tourism practices. Photo: Baycourt/Facebook

Baycourt has received high praise for their experienced, enthusiastic team, their commitment to community engagement, and their attention to health & safety, by securing a Qualmark Silver Sustainable Tourism Business Award.

Baycourt was evaluated in line with four key areas of sustainable tourism business practices: environment, social/people, economic, and health & safety.

“The Qualmark rating provides recognition that Baycourt continues to deliver a quality experience, and that we are consistently exceeding visitor expectations,” says Baycourt manager Megan Peacock-Coyle.

“It is a testament to a fantastic team that is constantly striving to be the best.”

Baycourt has also retained their Qualmark 4 Star ranking, due to their consistently high quality of facilities and service. It's a ranking they have held since 2013.

“Our desire is to offer our guests an excellent experience when they visit Baycourt, and we'll continue to ensure they get the best possible service now and in the future,” says Megan.

Some highlights of 2017 for Baycourt include hosting the hp48hour Bay of Plenty film finals and Tauranga Musical Theatre's production of Mary Poppins, as well as the recent ‘Sing! Sing! Sing!' event organised by Downtown Tauranga and the Mauao Performing Arts Centre, and hosting the 2017 New Zealand Regional Awards Final of the International Youth Silent Film Festival on November 22.


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