Mandurah Crab Fest inducted into Hall of Fame

City of Mandurah's Graeme Davies, councillor Ron Wortley,
Claire Taylor, CEO Mark Newman and councillor Peter Jackson.
City of Mandurah's Graeme Davies, councillor Ron Wortley, Claire Taylor, CEO Mark Newman and councillor Peter Jackson.

THE Mandurah Crab Fest was inducted into the WA Tourism Awards Hall of Fame on Saturday night.

The popular event has won the gold medal three years in a row.

Crab Fest has excelled in the Major Festivals & Events category.

City of Mandurah Mayor Rhys Williams said Crab Fest was an outstanding event.

City of Mandurah chief executive with Tourism Minister Paul Papalia.

“I’m so proud of our team, local businesses and the community for all their hard work,” he said.

Tourism Council WA chief executive Evan Hall said the awards celebrated and recognised business excellence, innovation and outstanding customer service by
tourism operators.

“The longevity and process of the awards really does mean that those operators which take home medals are the best tourism businesses West Australia has on offer,”
he said.