The Accommodation Association of Australia (AAoA) is getting set to host its Achievers’ Awards on Monday December 10.
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Australia’s two leading accommodation associations have thrown their weight behind the Federal Government’s new AUD$48.5 million Tourism Industry Regional Development Fund.
The NSW Opposition and its leader, John Robertson, are thumbing their noses at tourism, says AAA Chief Executive Richard Munro.
The Accommodation Association of Australia is urging the Tasmanian Government to assist with ensuring additional air access to the state is a success, ensuring that airlines will continue to provide extra seats for travellers to the state.
The accommodation industry is expecting an increase in travel activity during Sspring and a peak bodies is encouraging customers to book rooms early to take advantage of better deals and other priority booking privileges.
Australia’s two leading Accommodation Associations have congratulated the winners of the 2012 HM Awards, presented by Sealy, held in Sydney on September 7.
The Accommodation Association of Australia has announced that entries are open until September 19 for their refreshed annual accommodation awards – the Accommodation Achievers’ Awards 2012.
Qantas has announced the return of mainline domestic services to Coolangatta, just over four years after the last flight took off from the South East Queensland airport.
The Accommodation Association of Australia’s CEO Richard Munro looks at the issue of conduct by sex workers in hotels and the major concerns for the accommodation industry that exist at present.
Australia’s two leading accommodation industry associations have welcomed this week’s announcements by Crown Limited to develop luxury hotels in Sydney and Perth.
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