Industry and the opposition have expressed concerns over the effect on tourism from this year’s Federal budget.
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The Accommodation Association has applauded the awarding of regional tourism grants.
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.
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 latest phase of Tourism Australia’s global marketing campaign, There’s nothing like Australia, has been launched in China, Australia’s fastest growing and most valuable overseas tourism market.
Australia’s two leading accommodation associations say the latest Federal budget has a range of positive and negative implications for hotels across the nation.
The Australian Government has for the first time brought together its three major tourism departments in a united effort to attract crucial investment dollars in the hotel industry from both domestic and international companies.
The Accommodation Association of Australia has welcomed the election of Campbell Newman as the new Premier of Queensland.
The full house signs were up across Melbourne last weekend as the 2012 Formula 1 Qantas Australian Grand Prix proved to be a winner yet again for the accommodation industry.