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    When the 18th annual Australian Mortgage Awards hits Sydney on Friday 18 October, attendees will be treated to an unforgettable evening: a gala night of fun and entertainment in which the high-fliers of the mortgage and finance industry will receive the recognition they deserve in 31 prestigious awards categories. 

    With almost 700 guests now confirmed to attend and the event just weeks away, time is running out to book a table at this iconic event.

    The event, supported by event partner Westpac for the eleventh consecutive year, will be hosted by multi-award-winning stand-up comedian and media personality, Urzila Carlson. Since taking the comedy stage in 2008, she has had five sold-out seasons at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. In New Zealand she has sold out every solo show she’s had since 2009.

    The night is not just about handing out trophies – guests will also enjoy performances by Duke Music, Linden Furnell and ARIA Award winner, Samantha Jade. Click here to view last year’s event highlights.  

    If you missed the list of finalists, you can check them out here.

    The Australian Mortgage Awards will be held at The Star, Sydney on Friday 18 October 2019. For more information, visit http://www.australianmortgageawards.com.au/

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