The 2022 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards Gala Dinner
The 2022 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards
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The 2022 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards annual gala will take place Friday 17 March 2023 at Dolton House – Darling Island and is proudly supported by Destination NSW.
The industry will unite under one roof to celebrate the premier tourism businesses in the country and reveal the 2022 Gold, Silver and Bronze National Winners. All nominees have reached the status of excellence in tourism and business: it will be a night of reflection, triumph and solidarity.
We will welcome guests with canapes and a drinks reception, we will then move to the hall for a carefully selected 3 course meal, entertainment and finally, the eagerly anticipated awards ceremony.
Date: Friday 17 March 2023 (SOLD OUT)
Venue: Doltone House – Darling Island, 48 Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont NSW 2009
RSVP: Friday 24 February 2023
Getting to the awards
Doltone House – Darling Island, 48 Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont NSW 2009
Out of town guests can choose between The Ibis or Novotel in Darling Harbour. You can book your hotel stay via these links:
For both hotels, please make sure you book your accommodation by 16 Feb 2023 to secure the discounted rates.
Our guests come from all over the country and this country… is pretty big! If you are flying to Sydney for the awards, why not use our naming partner to make your journey: Qantas
Stay a Little While…
Each year the Australian Tourism Awards are hosted by a different state to ensure we experience and showcase all of Australia. Please take the time to see what 2022’s host – NSW’s glorious Sydney – has to offer. Visit an attraction or two and see if you learn some new tricks whilst supporting your fellow tourism operators. We are excited to see you… and so is Sydney!
Feel new in Sydney
The 2022 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards will be held in Darling Harbour, a buzzing waterside precinct next to Sydney’s city centre. Stay a little longer to explore – from al fresco restaurants to fascinating attractions, there’s lots to do. Discover the drama of life at sea at the National Maritime Museum then head to the water for a kayak tour to learn the history of the harbour through its oldest and most beautiful ships. If you’re seeking some peace, the Chinese Garden of Friendship is a calm oasis where you can explore classic Chinese architecture in harmony with nature. Order a pu’er tea and a plate of dumplings from the garden’s diner after your visit.
Still hungry? Watch the boats and take in the twinkling lights at King Street Wharf, where you’ll find waterside steaks, pizza and Indian cuisine. For a buzzy night out with plenty of choice, head to the new Darling Square food precinct, for excellent yakitori, modern Vietnamese, tonkotsu ramen and innovative desserts all centered around a spectacular swirling structure by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. Check what’s on at Tumbalong Park, which holds a variety of festivals and events throughout the year.
When you’re ready to rest your head, there are plenty of options for a good night’s sleep. Novotel Sydney Darling Harbour has been recently refurbished and offers 24-hour room service, a heated pool and a modern restaurant with fabulous views. For a touch of luxe, head to Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour: with an outdoor infinity pool, four vibrant bars and restaurants (including the Champagne Bar) and a state-of-the-art gym overlooking the city skyline, you might be tempted to extend your stay. For something to suit every budget, Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Darling Harbour offers the comforts of home in sizeable apartments for all types of travellers.