Morris Group’s tourism businesses in Queensland have been recognised amongst the best in the state.
Mt Mulligan Lodge and Orpheus Island Lodge along with The Ville Resort – Casino and Nautilus Aviation were announced as part of Tourism and Events Queensland’s Best of Queensland Experiences for 2022.
The program identifies and recognises experiences that best bring the Queensland story to life, and consistently deliver an exceptional customer experience.
Tourism businesses across the state are judged based on an independent set of criteria that incorporates online customer reviews, responds to consumer expectations, and reflects industry best practice.
This is Mt Mulligan Lodge’s inaugural year in the list, which is an great result having only been opened in 2019. Orpheus Island Lodge and The Ville have been included in the list multiple times and all received a perfect score of 100/100 in this year’s review.
Morris Group Chairman Chris Morris said the recognition is a testament to the hard work of the teams across the company’s tourism businesses.
“This is fitting recognition for our outstanding people whose dedication and passion for their work help them deliver exceptional and memorable experiences every single day for our guests,” he said.
“Whether it’s a long lunch at one of our pubs, a beer at our brewery, a heli tour over the reef or a yacht charter across it, a night out at the casino, a wedding in an historic castle, or getaway in a luxury lodge, our people help guests create lasting memories in some of the most stunning locations in the world.”
Chris Morris, Executive Chairman, Morris Group
“The skills and knowledge I have gained are beyond what I expected. Walking into the DBA first day not knowing where I’d be, and now I’m serving VIPs on a yacht!
“Seeing my fellow DBA students doing their placement, I am immediately drawn to help and guide them. Just knowing what it’s like to feel out of place on my first day just makes me be able to help them. I love helping them and watching them learn and become more comfortable.”