Queenstown-based tour operator going from strength to strength

A Milford Haven cruise boat sails close to a waterfall in Milford Sound. Milford Haven is part of the Queenstown and Fiordland tourism operator Go Orange's fleet of tourism experiences.

Go Orange had a rewarding 24 hours last week, receiving a couple of accolades in a short space of time. It ranked 30th on the 2019 Deloitte Fast 50, with 236% growth. It also won the best activity New Zealand award in the 2019 Adventure Tourism Awards, which covered Australia and New Zealand.

Earlier this year, also for the second year, Go Orange was named the fastest growing services business in Dunedin and the lower South Island at the Deloitte Fast 50 regional celebrations.

The company's general manager Luke Taylor said winning the best activity award and making it on to the Fast 50 two years in a row were "outstanding results''.

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