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Scenic honours its top agents at ‘Night of Stars’ gala event

Luxury cruise and tour operator Scenic Group has recognised the 2018 achievements of the top-performing travel agencies and consultants in Australia and New Zealand.

More than 240 guests attended Scenic’s annual Night of Stars event on Saturday night at Ivy in Sydney, which was hosted by Catriona Rowntree and David Whitehill.

The gala event featured entertainment ranging from a Cuban-inspired opening to a New York jazz band and a grand finale inspired by cabaret and a vintage circus ensemble.

Six national honours were presented at the ceremony, along with awards to the top offices in each state for both the Scenic and Evergreen brands.

Ten agents were awarded Diamond status for 2018 as part of Scenic’s specialist partner program.

Scenic’s group general manager of sales and marketing for Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, Anthony Laver, extended his congratulations to all the nominees and winners.

“This year, the Scenic Group showcased more than three decades of innovation and excellence – the success of which is closely aligned with the strong relationships we have with our partner agents and consultants,” he said.

“The Night of Stars event is our chance to recognise those outstanding achievements.”

Check out the full list of award winners below:

Scenic State Awards (Highest Agency Sales 2018) 

Victoria

  1. Helloworld Lower Templestowe
  2. Helloworld Horsham
  3. italktravel East Doncaster

New South Wales

  1. Helloworld Miranda
  2. Helloworld Winston Hills
  3. Travel Associates Toronto

Western Australia

  1. Sorrento Key Travel & Cruise Centre
  2. Bicton Travel
  3. Tour De Force Travel

Queensland

  1. Helloworld Strathpine
  2. Helloworld Mackay
  3. Travel Associates Rockhampton

South Australia

  1. Phil Hoffmann Travel Norwood
  2. Phil Hoffmann Travel Barossa Valley
  3. Travel & Cruise Professionals

Australian Capital Territory

  1. Weston Cruise & Travel

Tasmania

  1. Launceston Travel & Cruise Centre

New Zealand

  1. Midday Travel
  2. YOU Travel Westgate
  3. House of Travel Te Awamutu

Scenic National Awards 2018

Home Based

  1. Travel Managers

Online Travel Agency

  1. Our Vacation Centre

Single Location

  1. Weston Cruise & Travel
  2. Helloworld Miranda
  3. Sorrento Key Travel & Cruise Centre

Top Consultant – Australia

  1. Kylie Cameron, Helloworld Miranda
  2. Welch, Sorrento Key Travel & Cruise Centre
  3. Emma Sullivan, Weston Cruise & Travel

Top Consultant – New Zealand

  1. Evelyn Lee, Midday Travel

 

Evergreen State Awards (Highest Agency Sales 2018)

Victoria/Tasmania

  1. Helloworld Melton

New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory

  1. Helloworld Bankstown

Western Australia

  1. Bicton Travel

Queensland

  1. Fraser Coast Travel Centre

South Australia

  1. King William Travel

 

Evergreen National Awards 2018

Single Location

  1. King William Travel

Top Consultant – Australia

  1. Elizabeth Davie, Going Places Travel
  2. Pam Craig, Fraser Coast Travel Centre
  3. Nathan Micallef, Helloworld Melton

 

Diamond status 2018

  • American Express Travel
  • Bicton Travel
  • Helloworld Miranda
  • Helloworld Strathpine
  • Helloworld Winston Hills
  • Our Vacation Centre
  • Sorrento Key Travel & Cruise Centre
  • Travel Associates Toronto
  • Weston Cruise and Travel
  • Tour de Force Travel

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