TIA seeks higher GST revenue for local government
Organisation says current funding model inadequate, with councils eager to entice higher tourist numbers through im
One year on for HM Awards Environment winners, Little National Hotel
We check in with one of our 2018 HM Awards winners for an update on the year since the big win.
Trip.com to focus on customer service in Australia
The newest entrant to the online travel space in Australia says it plans to focus on customer service as a means to
InterContinental Sydney relaunches Cafe Opera
InterContinental Sydney has unveiled a revitalised offering at Cafe Opera and HM has the details.
Video: AAoA targets job seekers in industry-driven promotion
The Accommodation Association of Australia (AAoA) is targeting job seekers in an industry-driven promotion aimed at
Voyages’ latest Indigenous trainees graduate
Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia’s latest class of 37 Indigenous trainees have graduated from the National Indi
How Accommodation Providers Can Get Maximum Exposure out of TripAdvisor
As an accommodation provider in Australia, the competition can be stiff and standing out from the crowd is key.
Exclusive: Accommodation Association appoints new Chief Executive Officer
The AAoA has appointed a new CEO to replace outgoing chief Richard Munro and HM has the details.
Exclusive: industry applauds the Morrison Government’s re-election
Australia’s re-elected Coalition Government has received praise from the nation’s leading hotel bodies, following a
ALH Group’s Nightcap Hotels brand hits 41 locations in first 12 months, targets 100 by 2022
In just its first 12 months, the ALH Group’s accommodation brand Nightcap Hotels has hit 41 locations nationwide
Sudima Hotel Group deploys Infor across its network in New Zealand
Infor has revealed that New Zealand’s Sudima Hotel Group has deployed the company’s Infor Hospitality Management So
Kicking a winner: sports tourism booming globally, reveals Expedia study
Sporting events globally continue to be a massive boost to tourism, with 68 percent of travellers around the world
Michael Johnson takes the reins at TAA
Leading hotelier Michael Johnson has formally taken up the reins at Tourism Accommodation Australia (TAA) this week