The Women In Travel Awards is tonight! Here’s everything you need to know!

The Women In Travel Awards is tonight! Here’s everything you need to know!

It’s tonight! The Women In Travel Awards is here!

To say the Travel Weekly team is ecstatic would probably be the understatement of the century because we are bouncing off the walls with jubilant glee.

Our buzzing ecstasy aside, the night is a big one and you’ll need to know a few details to maximise how much fun you can have. Luckily for you, we have the details that will ensure a smooth sailing for the night of nights.

Location

The event will take place at the Dolton House Hyde Park. To be precise, that’s 3/181 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000.

Dolton House Hyde Park’s prime location means getting there via Uber or Taxi is a breeze. If you’re getting there on public transport you’re in luck because Dolton House Hyde Park is a five minute walk (maybe six or seven if you’ve got heels on) from Town Hall station and a two minute walk from St. James station.

Now, there is four other Dolton House locations across Sydney. Please remember to go to the one at Hyde Park. We’d hate for you to accidentally order an Uber to the one in Western Sydney and show up incredibly late.

When to arrive

Doors open at 6:30pm sharp for drinks, canapes, catch ups and general chit chat with your industry counterparts.

We ask that you show up absolutely no later than 7:10pm because that’s when attendees will start being ushered to their seats for a 7:30pm show start.

Please fill every seat when watching the show. It is an absolute full house for our sell out event so don’t shy away from your travel pals.

The show will go for approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes and then it’s time to hit the dance floor, grab a bite, a drink and congratulate the winners. And you’ve got a good few hours to do so because the event will conclude at approximately 11pm.

Dress code

Tonight, it’s cocktail attire. What does that mean? Well, cocktail isn’t too strict, as long as you’ve got a nice dress, suit, pantsuit, blazer, or whatever on, we’ll be happy!

If you’re really confused, just google cocktail attire, that’s what we usually do.

Photos

With everyone looking so amazing it’d be a shame not to capture it the best we can. That’s why a professional photographer will be there on the night to capture your stunning outfits and gorgeous smiles.

The photos will be available to access via QR codes immediately (well 10 minutes after each picture has been taken) and if you’re posting on social media, please use the hashtag #WIT2023.

Enjoy yourself

The Women In Travel Awards is a night of celebration so the main thing we ask is that you enjoy yourself. It’s one of the biggest nights of the travel industry and goes towards such an amazing cause.

And only amping up your enjoyment will be the prizes to be given away on the night (and we’re not just talking about the awards).

If you’re not amped up enough, check out some photos from the last Women In Travel Awards here.

We can’t wait to see you all tonight!

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