AirOasis ready for departure! Final reminders

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AirOasis ready for departure! Final reminders

With less than 48 hours to go before the Oasis Ball 2024, here are a few important reminders ahead of the night.


● Don’t forget your wristband – no wristband, no entry.
● Arrival drinks from 6.30pm, boarding (doors open) at 7.00pm with departure set for 7.20pm
● AirOasis is cashless – every time you tap and go, remember money is going straight to The Salvation Army and Oasis House.
● The oOh! Sky Bar will be serving up cocktails, courtesy of Spirit of Little Things, for a donation of $5 – simply tap + go.
● If you’re needing a mid flight touch up – the StackAdapt Glam Bar is open for a donation of $5.
● Be sure to capture the night at the QMS Photobooth, Val Morgan Glamour Booth, and The Nightly 360 Photobooth.
● This year the silent auction has migrated to a digital platform – pre-bid for your items here so you can spend more time mingling.
● One lucky traveler will be taking home this years raffle prize, a trip for two to the Maldives, thanks to Media Tonic, My Maldives, and News Corp Australia.
● Be respectful throughout the night. Don’t forget your manners and be respectful to the performances on stage, and when you hear the captain speaking, be attentive.
● Water is your friend – pace yourself, it’s not a race.

And most importantly, remember every time you tap + go, you are raising much needed funds for Oasis House and The Salvation Army.

The Oasis Project supports young people between the ages of 16 and 25 who are marginalised and disadvantaged, many of whom have been sleeping rough, couch surfing, or living in unstable and unsafe arrangements. The primary focus of the Oasis Project is Oasis House in Mirrabooka, but funds raised also support a range of initiatives aimed at providing these young people with a safe, supported, and sustainable accommodation option, empowering them during their transition to independent living.

AirOasis ready for departure! Final reminders