AMA (WA) Charity Gala Dinner and Awards Night

AMA (WA) Charity Gala Dinner and Awards Night

Thursday 11 April 2019



The AMA (WA) 2019 Charity Gala Dinner and Awards Night is set to be another incredible night! Being held Saturday 22 June at Hyatt Regency Perth, the evening will transport you to Italy – think Lambretta’s, Red Wine and Pasta.. La Dolce Vita!


The evening raises money for the AMA (WA) Foundation and through it the vital work done by our Dr YES program – a unique health education program through which a team of dedicated volunteer medical students provides advice and support to WA high school students on sexual health, drug, alcohol and mental health issues.


Over more than a decade, almost 200,000 high school-age students have benefited from this unique program.


As tables traditionally sell out quickly, be sure to book as soon as possible – register online now or download the registration form


Make a night of it and take advantage of the special event rate* on accommodation at Hyatt Regency Perth! To book, visit the Hyatt Regency website, select your stay dates and enter the special offer code EVNT


For more information, please contact Skye Connor on 9273 3028 or


AMA (WA) 2019 Gala Dinner & Awards Night

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