A statement from the Accommodation Association of Australia on government assistance to ensure that hospitality businesses can retain their connection with close to 100,000 employees in the sector.
The Accommodation Association (AAoA), the peak body, representing over 100,000 tourism accommodation rooms across Australia, believes the $1500 per fortnight wage subsidy announced by the Government yesterday will throw a ‘life-line’ to the beleaguered hotel industry.
The NSW Government will enhance Sydney’s night-time economy with extended trading hours for venues and bottle shops, a relaxation of after-midnight drink rules and other changes to be introduced from January 2020.
Queensland Government to begin direct negotiations with The Star to fast track new tourism infrastructure on the Gold Coast.
The release of the annual Australian Accommodation Monitor for the Financial year, highlights key challenges across the regulated tourism accommodation sector with a softening of performance across all capital cities.
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