Capricorn Caves named one of the best in Australia

POWERED by millions of past guest reviews from hundreds of websites around the world, the inaugural Star Ratings Gold List of Australian accommodation is the ultimate holiday form guide.

But the Capricorn Caves took out one of the tops spots after being recognised as one of the best Caravan Holiday Parks in Australia.

The Star Ratings Gold List celebrates only those properties who continue to voluntarily hold themselves to independent quality standards and who almost always exceed their guests' expectations.

The inaugural Star Ratings Gold List of Australian accommodation showcases the best hotels, motels, serviced apartments, self catering, hosted accommodation and caravan-holiday parks around the country.

Powered by ReviewPro, a global leader in the provision of guest intelligence solutions, the Star Ratings Gold List is based on aggregated guest reviews from more than 100 websites in 45 different languages.

Capricorn Caves was selected as one of the best national caravan park operators.

Capricorn Caves' Ann Augusteyn said the rules were pretty simple.

"We are assessed for an official Star Rating against independent quality standards and we have more than 25 online reviews across all of the major travel websites," she said.

According to Star Ratings Australia, travellers plan their holidays carefully and visit between 20 to 40 websites before they book.

"From the opinions of those who have actually stayed at our property to more than 200 criteria that are used to determine an official Star Rating; our future guests can trust that we will do everything we can to exceed their expectations."



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