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Enzo’s on the Beach stars in national tourism campaign

Enzo Audreuzzi (right) and staff from Enzo's on the beach. Enzo's has been featured in Tourism Australia's latest food campaign.
Enzo Audreuzzi (right) and staff from Enzo's on the beach. Enzo's has been featured in Tourism Australia's latest food campaign. Hayden Johnson

HERVEY Bay's small beachside cafe has been plastered right around the nation as part of a new tourism campaign to lure international travellers to Australia.

Photos and information about the popular Enzo's on the Beach cafe have appeared in national newspapers as part of Tourism Australia's latest campaign.

The campaign is about the brilliant food and dining experiences produced in Australia.

Enzo's owner Enzo Andreuzzi said it was exciting to see the little cafe at the forefront of the campaign.

"It's an ad from Tourism Australia with a new campaign called Restaurant Australia - so I think it's been used nationwide," he said.

Enzo was contacted last week and asked to provide images and information on his cafe.

Topics:  advertising, campaign, enzo's on the beach, hervey bay, scarness, tourism




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