SA Great Regional Awards

Mallala Mayor Tony Flaherty presents Rebekah Nyland with Balaklava Racing Club''s sixth award.

THE WINNERS
ETSA Utilities Arts Award: John Webb and Associates Yorke Peninsula Art Exhibition.
Australia Post Large Business Award: Kilikanoon Wines.
Westpac Community Group Award: Yorke Peninsula Field Days Inc; Commendation:Balaklava Eisteddfod Society.
Westpac Community Individual Award: Michael McAvaney; Commendation: Len Munchenberg.
Department of Trade and Economic Development Innovation Award: Gladstone Concepts.
Australia Post Small Business: McPhee’s Butchers, Burra.
Commendation: – Wild Saffron.
SA Water Sustainability: D’Vine Ripe, Two Wells.
Special Business Awards awarded by Regional Development Boards: 
Mid North: Wild Saffron;
Yorke Peninsula: Hummocks Station Accommodation and Function Centre;
Southern Flinders: Spencer Gulf Containers.
South Australian Tourism Commission Tourism Award: Sea SA Car and Passenger Ferries.
Adelaide Showground Youth Award: Wool, Wine and Wheat Country Education Fund.
THE NOMINEES
Australia Post Large Business Award:
• Balco Australia Ltd, Balaklava
• D’Vine Ripe Pty Ltd, Two Wells.
Westpac Community Group Award:
 • Adelaide Plains Marketing, Balaklava;
• Balaklava Eisteddfod Society
• Balaklava Museum Inc
• Mallala Economic Development Board
• Spastic Centres of South Australia (Mid North)
• Two Wells Community Access Business and Resource Internet and Visitor Information Centre.
Australia Post Small Business Award:
• Bushmin Farmed Rabbits, Long Plains
• Hummocks Station Accommodation and Function Centre, Snowtown
• O’Neill Associates, Saddleworth
• Ventura’s Visions, Riverton
• Spastic Centres of South Australia (Mid North)
• Two Wells Community Access Business and Resource Internet and Visitor Information Centre
SA Tourism Commission Awards:
• Adelaide Plains Club Festival, Balaklava
• Balaklava Racing Club
• Mallala Economic Development Board.

 

PHOTOS BELOW, from left: All the winners of the SA Great Mid North/Yorke Peninsula/Southern Flinders regional awards. Balaklava Eisteddfod received a Commendation. From left, organisers Bronny Cottle, Kathryn Mahony, Di Spence and Trish Goodgame. D’VINE RIPE’S Robert Gooden receives the Sustainability award from Shane Whelan, of SA Water. HUMMOCKS Station won a Regional Development award. Merry Canavan and Roger Duance are pictured with Yorke Regional Development Board advisor, David Cowell. Jodie Weckert of Wild Saffron in Clare, received the Mid North Regional Development Board business award as well as a commendation in the Australia Post Small Business Award section. Patricia Jacka of Wool, Wine and Wheat Country Education Fund, which won the Youth Award.