Monday, October 22, 2018

Industry

Geelong Hotel Signs Standard Contract for Events

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In an Australian first, Mercure Geelong together with other Geelong hotels have come together to create a Standard Accommodation Contract that will make it easier for professional conference organisers when planning business events in the regional city.

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Tax to Kill Inbound Tourism

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The massive increase of the airport tax will cripple the inbound tourism industry. According to Tourism Accommodation Australia, the government’s $610 million raid of the tourism industry will be costly for the accommodation sector as the price of travel packages to Australia rises.

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Treasure Island Voted Australia’s #1

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The Gold Coast’s NRMA Treasure Island Holiday Park is thrilled to be getting worldwide acclamations after being voted as the winner of 4 prestigious awards by leading consumer review website TripAdvisor.

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AAA Releases new Signage for Stars

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AAA Tourism has introduced new branding and signage to promote its beleagured new Star Rating Scheme. The new branding “retains at its core AAA Tourism’s well known and respected star trade marks” according to AAA Tourism CEO Peter Blackwell.

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Sheraton Back in Perth

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Host Hotels and Resorts have entered Perth’s hotel market by buying the four-star Citigate Perth Hotel for $61 million in conjunction with GIC Real Estate from Australian Property Growth Fund.

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