2015 QANTAS Australian Tourism Awards Gala Dinner

When Friday 5th February 2016
Pre-Cocktail Function 6.15pm
Awards Presentation Ceremony 7pm
VenueMelbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf, Melbourne, VIC
DressFormal/Black Tie
Per individual $220 (+ GST)
Per table (10 persons) $2000 (+ GST)

Tables of ten must be purchased in one transaction.
A $10 booking fee will be charged per transaction
We will accept payment by credit card (Visa or Mastercard only)

No physical tickets will be sent. Bookings will be listed by Company and Surname on the night. 

Cancellation Policy
Any cancellations received within 14 days of the 2015 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards will not be refunded. Tickets are transferable.

RSVP date: Ticket sales close at 5pm (AEDT) Thursday 28th January 2016

Australian Tourism Awards Accommodation Specials

InterContinental Adelaide
North Terrace, Adelaide SA

As the Principle Hotel Partner of the Australian Tourism Awards 2015, and located directly adjacent to the Adelaide Convention Centre, InterContinental Adelaide is ideally positioned to ensure your stay in Adelaide for the awards is truly memorable.

Prepare for the evening in luxury in one of the hotel’s spacious 367 guest rooms and suites which are well equipped, and feature large bathrooms along with exclusive views over historic and cultural Adelaide, before making the short stroll to the Adelaide Convention Centre. Continue your evening of celebration after the awards and return to the hotel for an evening drink or to relax in comfort.

During your stay enjoy either the seasonal offerings of Riverside Restaurant or Shiki’s award winning Japanese teppanyaki cuisine. In addition the hotel’s outdoor pool provides an ideal place to unwind on a warm afternoon. In the heart of the entertainment precinct on the banks of the River Torrens, you can take in a show at the Adelaide Festival Centre, be entertained at the Adelaide Casino or catch the action at the redeveloped Adelaide Oval.

Make a week of your visit and easily uncover the best of Adelaide. A short walk will take you to the cultural and shopping boulevard of North Terrace which features the Art Gallery of South Australia and a range of boutique shopping. Ride the free city tram from directly outside the hotel to the spectacular Glenelg beach, enjoy a day trip to the Barossa Valley sampling fine locally produced food and wine or visit the Cleland Wildlife park and to meet some of the regions unique wildlife.

Mayfair Hotel
45 King William St (Cnr King William &Hindley St), Adelaide SA

Stamford Hotel
150 North Terrace, Adelaide SA

Oaks Embassy
96 North Terrace, Adelaide SA
& Oaks Horizons Adelaide
104 North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000

Superior Queen Room
- $157.00 per night

Deluxe Twin Queen Room
- $182.00 per night

Deluxe King Room
- $220.00 per night

*subject to availability

To make a booking either phone on
08 8210 8888 or email: reservations@mayfairhotel.com.au
Please quote booking code 19951

Premier City Room
- $130.00 per night, room only

Premier Park Room
- $150.00 per night, room only.

*subject to availability

To make a booking either phone
08 8461 1111 or email: reservations@spa.stamford.com.au
Please quote the booking code TA1004

To book visit oakshotelsresorts.com and enter ‘Tourism’ in the ‘Corporate/Group/PromoCode’ section of the Reservations pan

Click Here for more details of how to book.

Pre & Post Touring Options
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Central Market Tour

Since 1869, the Central Market has been the jewel in the crown of South Australian Tourism experiences, a haven of premium food and wine products, and second home to chefs and food lovers. Our tours are sensory and interactive gourmet walking tours with a local food expert. Participants enjoy a range of delicious samples that represent the multicultural community of South Australia and the clean and green produce harvested from our farms and oceans.


Grange Tasting at the home of Penfolds

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National Wine Centre - Enomatics

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Adventure Bay Charters - Shark Dive

If there is one things you must add to your bucket list, it has to be shark cage diving with Great Whites! As the creators of Australia's first advanced eco-certified shark cage diving experience, we offer visitors the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to swim with the legendary Great White Shark in its natural habitat. Listen to your favourite music and "Rock Out" with the Great White Sharks!


Adelaide Oval Tour

The redeveloped Adelaide Oval offers a unique blend of new and old, carefully integrating the latest in stadium design with famous features such as the heritage scoreboard, century-old Moreton Bay Fig trees, the grassed northern mound and more. These elements form an embedded museum, with integrated points of interest and historical features bringing the whole stadium to life.