Tourism

Women in Travel Awards Winners Photo Gallery

Women in Travel has come to an end for another year, and what an incredible night it was.

The night was filled with smiles, congratulatory hugs, and all around good vibes.

But don’t just take our word for it, have a look at the photos of all the wonderful winners below.

Also, find out who won in the awards categories and who made the Power List.

Check out part one of the photo gallery below – part 2 coming to your inbox later this week!

WIT2017-0161-DSC_6692-EditWIT2017-0152-DSC_6623 WIT2017-0154-DSC_6641 WIT2017-0151-DSC_6614 WIT2017-0149-DSC_6609 WIT2017-0148-DSC_6601 WIT2017-0147-DSC_6596 WIT2017-0146-DSC_6589 WIT2017-0153-DSC_6630 WIT2017-0144-DSC_6584 WIT2017-0143-DSC_6574 WIT2017-0141-DSC_6569 WIT2017-0140-DSC_6559 WIT2017-0134-DSC_6524 WIT2017-0136-DSC_6532 WIT2017-0138-DSC_6544 WIT2017-0139-DSC_6553 WIT2017-0133-DSC_6521 WIT2017-0132-DSC_6513 WIT2017-0130-DSC_6503

The who’s who of the industry were in attendance last night at the Women in Travel Awards. Check out who won in the awards categories and who made the Power List.

Also, a HUGE thank you to all of our sponsors:

WIT_Sponsor_blocknov10

 



SEE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Leave a Reply

Hotels

TAA appoints new board member

It’s a good things that travel is an interesting industry otherwise they’d be appointing a new ‘bored’ member.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

New data suggests China Eastern nosedive may have been intentional

Investigations into a tragic plane crash that killed 132 people earlier this year have revealed that it was likely not due to technical fault.

Share

CommentComments

Wholesalers

Luxury Escapes partners with the Travel Corporation

Similarly, Travel Weekly is trying to form a partnership with the cafe downstairs, which they correctly recognised as another attempt to get free coffee and shut down immediately.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Qantas teams up with Zip for buy now pay later flights

Looking for new and exciting ways to financially cripple the millennial and Gen Z market? This one from our national carrier takes the cake.

Share

CommentComments

Destinations

AGENT GUIDE: How to give your clients the best possible South America experience

by Sponsored by Chimu Adventures

From the snowcapped Andes and the Amazon rainforest to the culture clad streets of Buenos Aires and Rio, South America is a treasure trove of rich experiences not to be missed.

Share

CommentComments

Cruise

Cunard reports biggest booking day in a decade

The rumours are that many Cunard employees went home that day with a big sack with a dollar sign on it after a massive day on the job.

Share

CommentComments

News

Travel just got easier: No more pre-departure tests for New Caledonia, Tahiti, Indonesia

What would make travel really easy for us is if a nice company out there would like to send a Travel Weekly reporter on a nice trip overseas (wink, wink, nudge, nudge @anyone please).

Share

CommentComments

Cruise

Dream Cruises ship resurrected for new cruise brand

Don’t just sit around dreaming of cruises, hop on this revived Dream Cruises ship for your first getaway in two years.

Share

CommentComments

Events

Collette wraps up its first travel forum in two years

The tour operator hosted top sellers, partners, key travel players and media friends (that’s us!) for poolside shenanigans in sunny Cairns.

Share

CommentComments

Wholesalers

“Travel is the great educator”: Collette CEO Dan Sullivan on why we need travel now more than ever

We spent the past few days sipping mojitos by the pool in Cairns… Oh, and attending Collette’s travel forum! Here’s proof we were listening.

Share

CommentComments

Travel Agents

“It’s our shout”: Flight Centre is giving away free holidays!

The travel giant is giving away 40 holidays to celebrate its 40th Birthday! Nobody tell them that it’s usually the other way around…

Share

CommentComments

Hotels

QT Newcastle signature restaurant and bar revealed!

It might seem like we’re calling Newcastle a ‘cutie’ but rest assured, our cutest NSW city award still goes to Griffith.

Share

CommentComments