Welcome to the Accommodation Association of Australia

 

The Accommodation Association of Australia is the industry body for accommodation operators of all sizes and standards. Member-owned and not-for-profit, it represents owners, operators and employers in the accommodation industry and has been the collective voice of the accommodation sector throughout our 40 years of experience.

It is the belief of the industry membership that with all operators contributing to this voice via their annual fees, the industry will be better placed to guard against issues which could impact negatively or in fact take advantage of factors that could ensure a vibrant industry into the future.

The strength of membership also facilitates the wonderful services and member benefits that help businesses on the ground every day.

As well as having a voice in each state and providing accommodation specific benefits and services, we provide one influential representative voice that articulates consistent policies when lobbying government at all levels.

 

The Accommodation Association of Australia is the industry body for accommodation operators of all sizes and standards. Member-owned and not-for-profit, it represents owners, operators and employers in the accommodation industry and has been the collective voice of the accommodation sector throughout our 40 years of experience.

It is the belief of the industry membership that with all operators contributing to this voice via their annual fees, the industry will be better placed to guard against issues which could impact negatively or in fact take advantage of factors that could ensure a vibrant industry into the future.

The strength of membership also facilitates the wonderful services and member benefits that help businesses on the ground every day.

As well as having a voice in each state and providing accommodation specific benefits and services, we provide one influential representative voice that articulates consistent policies when lobbying government at all levels.

 

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