More than 40 categories are open, representing the best of development and design from various Australian states
- Entries and nominations accepted until 30 September 2022, with categories recognising outstanding real estate in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, Australian Capital Territory, and South Australia
- Exclusive gala celebration to be held on 9 December in Bangkok, Thailand alongside the 17th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final
- Awards presentation to be streamed live digitally via AsiaPropertyAwards.com and online platforms
MELBOURNE, Australia — 19 May 2022
Organisers of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards this week hosted a cocktail event launching the 2022 edition of their programme in Australia, as the country reopens its borders and regains its appeal to international investors.
The fifth edition of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Australia) are now open to nominations. Entries from eligible developers can be submitted online until Friday, 30 September 2022 via: https://www.asiapropertyawards.com/en/nominations
Organised by Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company PropertyGuru (NYSE: PGRU), the 2022 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Australia) will be presented in an exclusive, black-tie gala celebration on 9 December at The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok.
Competitors this year are poised to receive prestigious titles across an expanded list of categories honouring real estate achievements in more states across the Australian continent.
- 30 September 2022 – Entries Close
- 17-21 October 2022 – Site Inspections
- 24 October 2022 – Final Judging
- 9 December 2022 – Australia Country Awards presented in Bangkok, Thailand
- 9 December 2022 – Regional Grand Final Gala Event in Bangkok, Thailand
A recovering investment destination
The call for nominations and entries to the awards programme this year comes as Australia welcomes back property seekers, including foreign investors and international students, to its coveted real estate market.
More than 40 categories are open to eligible entries and nominees in 2022. Categories include honours for achievements in residential development across New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, and the Australian Capital Territory, with the addition this year of the Best Apartment Development (South Australia) title, recognising great homes in the Festival State. Accolades are also at stake for niche projects, including student accommodations and integrated work-from-home developments, as well as developers across a wide variety of specialisations.
“As an investment destination, Australia will be one of the first to jump up again post-Covid,” Lui Violanti, chairperson of the judging panel of the Awards in Australia and regional manager for Western Australia at Inhabit Group, told PropertyGuru Property Report, the official magazine of the awards. “Residential real estate will recover. Australia will be seen post-Covid as one of the safer countries, and more accessible. The property sector is going to be steadier in its overall growth.”
At the ‘Clink & Connect’ launch event for Australian developers in Melbourne’s central business district, Violanti was joined by Jules Kay, general manager of PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards and Events, and the team of HLB Mann Judd, the official supervisor of the Awards, led by Josh Chye, partner and head of tax, along with colleagues Aaron Murden, Timm Gavenlock, and Ryan Uphill.
Luminaries in property development
The main winners of the 2022 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Australia) will be honoured at the 17th edition of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final in Bangkok, Thailand where country winners from different markets around the region will vie for ‘Best in Asia’ titles. Luminaries in property development such as Brady Property Group, Volume Projects, V-Leader, and Samuel Property represented Australia at the 16th edition of the Grand Final in 2021.
The forthcoming 2022 gala event in Bangkok, Thailand in December will continue to reach consumers, investors and agents internationally by streaming live on AsiaPropertyAwards.com and digital platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn. The PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards virtual gala series, which began streaming in 2020 and continued in 2021, has garnered around 1 million views to date across multiple channels.
The 5th Annual PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Australia) programme is supported by official portal partner PropertyGuru.com; official magazine PropertyGuru Property Report; official cable TV partner History Channel; official ESG partner Baan Dek Foundation; and official supervisor HLB.
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