By Samatha Semoso – EMTV Online
Port Moresby Nature Park last week sent four of its staff members to the Gold Coast, Australia for customer service training. The four visited some of Australia’s main tourism attractions including DreamWorld, SeaWorld and Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, led by General Manager of Nature Park, Michelle McGeorge.
Wesly Momen, Grace Giaruve, Shirly Mogi and Gabriel Kaim had the opportunity to meet with staff from different organisations, all of which would like to provide exceptional experience to their guests.
Guest Relations and News Officer with the Nature Park, Wesly Momen, said this was a great trip as they saw how these facilities showcased their traditional Australian indigenous culture, and how they successfully promoted their conservation and community works.
A number of new products will be introduced in the coming months by the Nature Park, including the option for companies to purchase pre-paid tickets as a staff incentive program, as well as introducing an annual membership program for guests enabling unlimited access for members as well as completing the final stages of a new look toilet block and the UPNG access entry point.
The picnic area, as well as the bird of paradise precinct, will also be redeveloped.
The park recently received an award from the Zoo and Aquarium Association of Australasia, the Innovation Award for its program Building Institutional Capacity, through a sister-zoo partnership with Victoria Zoo, Australia.