Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Industry

New strategy boosting regions

Australia’s peak tourism accommodation body, Tourism Accommodation Australia, has welcomed today’s release of the NSW Regional Conferencing Strategy and Action Plan, saying the State Government’s $6 million investment would provide a much-needed boost to regional areas.

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Outdoor laws: What you need to know

Outdoor spaces are a great asset for accommodation providers, providing a perfect setting for guests to relax, dine or drink. With smoking laws continuing to change in many states, and particularly with the introduction of a new Victorian smoking policy this week, Accomnews looks at how venues can make the most of their outdoor spaces with regards to new and existing health and safety regulations.

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Building summer occupancy for city hotels

Temperatures rise. Humidity creeps up. Sounds like time to pack up and head to the nearest beach. While your team may be thinking 'vacation', you should be thinking 'revenue' when it comes to your leisure segment.

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Mantra Hotel at Sydney Airport has landed

The new Mantra Hotel at Sydney Airport was officially opened in late July by New South Wales minister for tourism and major events, the Honourable Adam Marshall MP, to help serve the 42 million passengers who travel through Sydney Airport each year, as well the thousands of visitors and staff who visit the airport precinct daily.

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Travel tops tax return wish list for Australians

Almost half of Australians have identified they would prefer to use their tax return to fund travel than pay off their credit cards and debts, and three in five (59 percent) would choose travel over making investments, new research from G Adventures has shown.

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