NBN News | Tourism Success For the Manning Valley

We are in the news alongside Wingham Akoostik Festival & Bent on Food!

Tahlia Sarv | August 2, 2016

"The Manning Valley’s tourism sector has been given a confidence boost – snagging a string of golds at the North Coast Tourism Awards.

The local business chamber hopes the recognition will attract more investors to the area."

Click here to see the full news story - NBN Tourism Success For the Manning Valley

We Won!! North Coast Tourism and The Legendary Pacific Coast 2016 Tourism Award

"One of the new kids on the block taking home a Gold Award in the Standard Accommodation category and raking in hefty stream of positive national publicity. Boogie Woogie Beach House Congratulations! Love your work."

- Legendary Pacific Coast

Cassegrain Wines was the venue for the North Coast Tourism and The Legendary Pacific Coast 2016 Tourism Awards. Fabulous lighting, walls of oak wine barrels, food from Seasons Cafe-Restaurant,local wines and Black Duck Brewery beer fuelled a fabulous night of celebrations. It was a wonderful  night, congratulations to other Manning Valley winners Bent on FoodWingham Akoostik Festival - we are feeling very proud to be a part of the Manning Valley. 

Australian Traveller Review: Rated 4/5 Boogie Woogie Beach House

Quite literally, we've seen nothing quite like this in Australia...

WRITTEN BY Dan Down • July 18, 2016

"...Verdict: A perfect pit-stop or weekend getaway for a night or two to unwind, hit the beach, and enjoy top acts performing. The bespoke rooms give the place real character.

Score: 4/5

We rated: The Flow Bar dining and drinking space is the Holy Grail of excellent service and fine food in a relaxed, beach-side setting. Oh, and some of the best up-and-coming artists in the country play here every
Friday night.

We’d change: There’s nothing we’d really change – we had a great time. But don’t come here looking to hit the sack at 8pm on a Friday night. It’s a place to have a few drinks and let your hair down. Old Bar is also a fairly sleepy town, so don’t expect an overabundance of cafes, bars or restaurants."

Click here to read the full review - Australian Traveller Boogie Woogie Beach House Review