Principal Sponsor

Perth Airport

Perth Airport is the gateway to Western Australia and plays a significant role in the State’s economic, social and cultural activities by facilitating travel and employment, connecting people and places, and providing support for communities.

As the fourth largest domestic and international airport in Australia, Perth Airport is serviced by over 30 international, domestic and regional airlines, contributing significantly to Western Australia’s economy and playing a major part in the $11.9 billion tourism industry.

Perth Airport is committed to supporting Western Australian tourism through increased services and establishing new and improved airline partnerships that encourage growth in visitor numbers to Perth and Western Australia.


Major Sponsors


Crown Perth has been a major sponsor and the host venue for the WA Tourism Awards for more than eight years. Located on the banks of the Swan River, Crown Perth is Western Australia's only fully-integrated entertainment resort with three international hotels, 39 restaurants and bars, 24 hour casino, 2,300 seat theatre, luxurious day spa, resort-style pools, retail outlets, riverside cycling trails and a world-class convention centre. 

Tourism Western Australia has been a major sponsor of the WA Tourism Awards since inception. Tourism WA is a State Government statutory authority and part of the broader economic development portfolio of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation. The agency is responsible for promoting Western Australia as an extraordinary holiday destination.


Support Sponsors

Heritage Council The Heritage Council supports the Heritage Tourism Strategy, which aims to raise awareness of heritage tourism and its value in Western Australia.Heritage tourism is a growth industry that presents opportunities to broaden the State’s tourism base, increase visitor experiences, and contribute to the sustainability of heritage places. Research has shown that heritage tourists tend to stay longer, spend more, and seek out experiences in museums and art galleries, historical and heritage buildings, sites and monuments.  Explore 23,000 heritage places through inHerit. Visitors can plan trips to heritage places through this interactive website, enhancing visitor experiences for locals and tourists alike.Visit http://inherit.stateheritage.wa.gov.au/public

The City of Perth is a strong supporter of Tourism Council Western Australia and shares its mission of promoting tourism development. The City also recognises the importance of having first-class tourism infrastructure and achieving the highest standards of service. This is exemplified by our sponsorship contribution to the Western Australian Tourism Awards. The City makes tourists feel welcome through its i-City volunteer host program and comprehensive online guides to city activities. As Western Australia's capital city local government, the City of Perth is committed to ensuring the city environment creates a favourable impression on all who visit.

Founded in the Queensland outback in 1920, Qantas has grown to be Australia's largest domestic and international airline. Registered originally as the Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Limited (QANTAS), Qantas is widely regarded as the world's leading long distance airline and one of the strongest brands in Australia.
Parks and Wildlife Service at the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions delivers on-ground operations across; Parks and Visitor Services, Forest and Ecosystem Management, Rivers and Estuaries, and Regional and Fire Management Services. 
Guru Productions produces several lifestyle TV programs locally and internationally and has developed two programs specifically for West Australians but with national distribution attracting interest across the eastern seaboard as well.

Product Sponsors

Willie Creek Pearls Just out of Broome, on a picturesque tidal creek is the multi award winning Willie Creek Pearl Farm. This pearling operation has been hosting tours for visitors to the North West for over two decades. The Willie Creek Pearl Farm Tour reveals the intricate processes of today’s modern cultured pearling industry- from the seeding of a live oyster to the harvesting and grading of the pearl, right through to the final stunning product on display in the jewellery showroom. See the exquisite jewellery on display at our conveniently located showrooms across Western Australia.  www.williecreekpearls.com.au