Integrity Coach Lines nominated for tourism award

By: Amie Hickland

A WA operator has been nominated for a tourism award to recognise industry contribution

A Western Australia coach operator has been nominated for a tourism award in recognition of their contribution to the industry.

Integrity Coach Lines have been nominated for Best Transport Service Australia as part of the Adventure Travel Awards.

The awards are a consumer voted accolade for the adventure travel market in Australia and New Zealand.

Owner Ross Sims expressed his interest in getting involved in the awards as soon as he heard about them.

"Industry awards such as these are a great way to promote not only tour companies but also the Australian tourism industry," he says.

Integrity Coach Lines operate a scheduled service between Perth and Broome with the option of a Hop on Hop off pass.

The operator also recently introduced a new service which now provides transport to Karijini National Park - which is a must do on any backpackers travel list but until now has been difficult and expensive to travel to.

"There are some great companies also nominated for this award but we feel Integrity Coach Lines stand out as a customer orientated business dedicated to bringing visitors to Western Australia to the best spots on offer at an affordable price," says Sims.

The public vote will end on October 6 and the winners will be announced at The Adventure Travel Awards event in Sydney on November 7.

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