Tourism

REVEALED: All the Aussie winners from the World Travel Awards 2019

The finest travel brands in Australia, Oceania and Asia have been unveiled at a star-studded gala ceremony in Vietnam.

The elite of the travel industry assembled for the World Travel Awards Asia & Oceania Gala Ceremony 2019 on the pristine island of Phu Quoc over the weekend to find out who amongst them had been crowned best of the best.

Australia featured heavily amongst the winners for Oceania. To save you scrolling through the full list, you can view them all below:

Oceania’s Leading Airport 2019

Brisbane Airport, Australia

Oceania’s Leading Airport Hotel 2019

PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport, Australia

Oceania’s Leading Airport Lounge 2019

Etihad Airways Premium Lounge @ Melbourne Airport

Oceania’s Leading Boutique Hotel 2019

Saffire Freycinet, Australia

Oceania’s Leading Business Hotel 2019

InterContinental Sydney, Australia

Oceania’s Leading Casino Resort 2019

The Star Gold Coast, Australia

Oceania’s Leading City Destination 2019

Sydney, Australia

Oceania’s Leading Executive Club Lounge 2019

Club InterContinental @ InterContinental Sydney, Australia

Oceania’s Leading Hotel 2019

InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto, Australia

Oceania’s Leading Meetings & Conference Centre 2019

International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney), Australia

Oceania’s Leading Meetings & Conference Destination 2019

Melbourne, Australia

Oceania’s Leading Serviced Apartments 2019

Fraser Suites Sydney, Australia

 

The World Travel Awards also recognised the top travel brands in Australia, which you can also view below:

Australia’s Leading Boutique Hotel 2019

Emporium Hotel South Bank

Australia’s Leading Business Hotel 2019

InterContinental Perth City Centre

Australia’s Leading Car Rental Company 2019

Avis

Australia’s Leading Hotel 2019

InterContinental Sydney

Australia’s Leading Hotel Residences 2019

Emporium Hotel South Bank

Australia’s Leading Hotel Suite 2019

The Australia Suite @ InterContinental Sydney

Australia’s Leading Lodge 2019

Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

Australia’s Leading Resort 2019

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley

Australia’s Leading Travel Agency 2019

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