Tourism

Entries for the Australian Travel Awards close in 8 days!

It’s time for the travel industry to unite and celebrate, because the inaugural Australian Travel Awards are mere months away!

This is the perfect event to cap off an excellent year, and we’re pretty excited about it.

And we want to know what you think! Tell us who you think should enter the Australian Travel Awards at this link.

Put forward your favourite travel companies – whether they be wholesalers, airlines, luxury brands or technology companies – we want to know who you think most deserves an Australian Travel Award. After all, the best usually come highly recommended. So tell us who you think should (or will) win!

There will be 37 glorious award winners on the night, and you could be among them, too.

All you have to do is submit your entry here before September 28. That’s only eight days away! So we’d get a wriggle on if we were you – especially if you want to win one of our shiny trophies.

The Australian Travel Awards are a new way to champion the successes of all the fabulous companies within the Aussie tourism industry and will celebrate wholesalers, destinations, airlines, tourism boards, cruise lines, retailers and every other travel company around.

It’s judged by over 50 Australia’s most experienced travel industry alumni as well as the country’s foremost marketing experts, and there are 35 categories to enter into – plus a People’s Choice category and a Grand Prix Award for the most impressive entry overall.

But if you can’t wait for the People’s Choice voting to start, you can tell us who the best of the best are by filling out this survey

The winner of the coveted Grand Prix award will also receive an advertising package worth over $75,000 across the Seven West Media network. Now that’s a prize worth winning.

Winning an Australian Travel Award means your company will be a benchmark for success and will be a show of excellence that can be used to promote your business. And all you have to do to win is have a killer entry! So get started on it here before it’s too late.

The gala awards dinner will be held on November 30, 2018, at Paddington Town Hall in Sydney, making it the perfect night to celebrate a year of hard work and to recharge your batteries for another year ahead.

Grab your early bird tickets here and find all the nitty gritty details on the website here.

A thousand thanks to all our sponsors! You guys are the best.

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