Australia’s hotel industry has praised outgoing Tourism Minister Martin Ferguson.
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The carbon tax is expected to cost Australian hotels almost AUD$115 million in its first year alone.
Parkroyal Darling Harbour Sydney has completed a multi-million dollar refurbishment.
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.
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 chairman of Tourism Accommodation Australia (TAA), Tony South, has outlined why accommodation hotels are an important part of the Australian Hotels Association (AHA) at the inaugural Australian Hospitality Conference held in Hobart this week.
Corporate travellers flying into Tasmania for a long day of appointments or driving long distances between cities on the Island State are invited to make Mercure Hotels their base for the day to refresh and refuel while on business.
Australia’s two leading accommodation industry associations have welcomed this week’s announcements by Crown Limited to develop luxury hotels in Sydney and Perth.
Brisbane has been chosen as the destination city to host a collection of world leaders for the G20 Summit in 2014, an announcement that has sparked debate from the New South Wales Planning and Infrastructure Minister Brad Hazzard, who said Sydney has “everything that should have been available to sell Australia to the world”.
Emirates is set to launch flights from Dubai to Adelaide on November 1 in a massive boost to South Australian inbound tourism.