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Who will be Australian Father of the Year 2023 ? Awards 31 August at 11am

The Fathering Project < 1 mins read


The upcoming Australian Father of the Year Awards on Thursday 31st August 2023, supported by The Fathering Project will announce:  The
Australian Father of the Year, Australian Sports Father of the Year, Australian Community Father of the Year and Australia's Best Workplace for Fathers.

The Australian Fathering Awards will be held at the Maritime Museum compared by Adam Liaw, with keynote address by Sam Mostyn and welcome by Maurice Newman AC.

PLEASE BOOKMARK THE AUSTRALIAN FATHERING AWARDS 2023 IN YOUR EVENT DIARY.

DATE   Thursday 31 August 2023
TIME:   Arrive 10.45 for 11.00am sharp start, followed by refreshments
VENUE: The external deck at the Maritime Museum (under cover)
                2 Murray St, Sydney NSW
                *Limited media parking will be provided

Visuals for camera:
Team of mini chefs in apron-and-caps decorating cup-cakes
Award Winner/s cutting the Father of the Year cake
Australian Father of the Year in action with the mini chefs
Kids and dads attending exploring ships at the Maritime Museum.

*Award winners will be flying in from across Australia for these awards.

A digital media kit will be available on the day and include:
+ Award recipients’ solo image
+ Award recipients with their family/children
+ B-Roll of recipient with their family + set of Vox pops
+ Mp3 content for radio/news breaks.


Contact details:

More details to follow:
Media Contact: Liz Courtney for access to embargoed materials
M: 0409 225 447 text or message      E:
liz@unboxedmedia.com.au   

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