The first Australian Event Awards Ceremony to take place on the Sunshine Coast kicked off with a bang, recognising and celebrating the best events in Australia and achievements in the industry around the world between 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2016.
The legacy of David Grant and his commitment to encouraging those in our industry to push the boundaries in creativity, innovation and ideas, will continue through the founding of a fellowship dedicated to the development of creativity, innovation and the future of our industry.
After two and a half weeks of tough competition and thousands of votes, we're delighted to announce the top four as finalists for Australia's Favourite Event:
Finalists have been announced, the Early Bird rate ends tomorrow, accommodation is booking up fast - it's time to put the Event Awards and Symposium at the top of your "To do" list!
Bidding is now open for the Australian Event Awards Search for a Home 2016-2018.
The 2015 Australian Event Awards Ceremony at Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf on Tuesday proved an exciting night full of swinging tunes, iconic Australian voices and, of course, celebration of the best the Australian events industry has to offer.
Tune into the live video stream at www.eventawards.com.au from 7pm AEDT tonight to find out who wins at this year's Event Awards.
We're delighted to announce 77 national finalists across 20 categories in the 2015 Australian Event Awards.
This year's finalists come from all around the country, recognising the great events and achievements across the entire national events industry.
18 State and Territory Winners have also been announced.
As you "um" and "ah" over which categories you should enter, wonder whether you can enter more than one and where to find the questions, we have a few tips to get you going and clear up these wonderings.
Meanwhile the program for the Event Symposium is taking shape and we're offering up a few spots for presenters.
Finally, we're thrilled to announce the winner of a pair of tickets to the Australian Event Awards 2015 after a number of the charitable souls helped us raise money for the Australian Himalayan Foundation Nepal Earthquake Fund.
Entries open, meet the new co-chair of judges, what’s new in this year’s Awards, meet our new Awards partners and an important “save the date”.
Three Australian greats behind some of Australia’s most iconic events will be recognised with Lifetime Achievement Awards at the 2013 Australian Event Awards next Tuesday night. Di Henry, Sandy Hollway and Mary Lopez have made a significant contribution to events in Australia and in so doing have done much for the way Australia is perceived overseas.
For anyone involved in Australian events, Tuesday 19th November marks an important date to be in Sydney, with the Australian Event Awards hosting a not-to-be-missed special event. The Australian Event Awards Industry Night of Nights is expected to sell out early next week so be sure to book your place at this year's event.
From major sporting events like the Gold Coast Airport Marathon that attracts some of the worlds most talented athletes, to events that bring families and communities together like The RSPCA Million Paws Walk, Vivid Sydney and Blues on Broadbeach; this year's Top Ten Favourite Events are celebration of the high-quality and incredible diversity of events enjoyed in Australia each year.
Tickets are now on sale for the 2013 Australian Event Awards Industry Night of Nights.
This special event will celebrate the past 12 months of hard work, commitment and dedication to the events industry.
The Australian Event Awards is the pinnacle awards program for the Australian Events Industry and is now in search for a brand new host venue.
Australia’s leading events practitioners gathered to admire and celebrate the winners of the 2012 Australian Event Awards at ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, on Thursday night.
After a judging period made all the more difficult by the excellent quality of all entries, the Event Awards judging panel has announced the 2012 finalists.
Last night at the Launch of the Australian Event Awards, Sydney 2000 Olympic Chief, Sandy Hollway called on Government and Industry to instigate a deliberate, strategic expansion of the Australian events industry.