Qantas is celebrating Australia’s national day and success of the airlines Dubai hub with a special performance by singing sensation Tina Area on 22 January.

Tina will headline the celebrations marking Australia Day through Qantas’ partnership with the Australian Business Council Dubai (ABCD) and leading event management company Harte International.

Now in its second year with Qantas as a title sponsor, G’Day Dubai brings together Australian companies and business people to build relationships and strengthen ties between Australia and the Gulf Region.

Qantas General Manager for the region, Rohan Garnett said “Qantas is proud to be part of the G’Day Dubai celebrations.

Dubai is now a major hub for Qantas providing a crucial link on our Kangaroo service between Australia and the United Kingdom.

The Dubai route continues to receive the highest customer satisfaction anywhere on the Qantas International network with more than two million Qantas customers having travelled through the hub since it was launched almost two years ago.

Our partnership with the Australian Business Council Dubai Council allows Qantas to build on our commitment to the region and provide a strong platform for growth.

And we are very excited that one of Australia’s greatest singing exports, Tina Arena, will be joining us for our early celebrations to mark Australia Day” said Mr. Garnett.

Craig Holding, Chairman of ABCD welcomed Australia’s national carrier as co-sponsors of ABCD for the second time.

“We were privileged to work with Qantas over the last two years and are looking forward to working with the airline again as we  continue to build trade relationships between Australia and Dubai. Our involvement with Harte International is a key example of this collaboration” said Holding.

The celebrations will tee-off at sunrise with an event for golfing enthusiasts at the award winning Address Montgomerie Golf Club in Emirates Hills with a Two-Man Scramble.*

Music lovers will also enjoy a live performance from one of Australia’s best-selling artists, Tina Arena in addition to a DJ set by Australian talent Danny Faifai.

Held at Dubai’s premier Clé restaurant Al Fattan Currency House, DIFC, both performances will be complemented by a menu prepared by renowned Australian Executive Chef Greg Malouf as part of the gala performance.

Tickets for the Golf Classic are AED 525 (ABCD members) and AED 550 for non-members, with the Gala AED 600 (ABCD members) and AED 650 for non-members.