Welcome to the Accommodation Association of Australia

 


The Accommodation Association of Australia is a dedicated specialist organisation working for employers in the accommodation industry. We represent a cross section of industry members including hotels, resorts, motels, bed & breakfasts, backpackers, caravan parks, timeshares, chains and independent operators in metropolitan and regional Australia.

As a member-owned Association, our aim is to support operators, protect business interests and promote a strong and vibrant accommodation sector throughout Australia.

The Association has a voice in local, state and federal government on issues relating to the operational needs of the industry. The Association also offers a wide range of benefits and services to assist members in their day to day business activities.

 

 


The Accommodation Association of Australia is a dedicated specialist organisation working for employers in the accommodation industry. We represent a cross section of industry members including hotels, resorts, motels, bed & breakfasts, backpackers, caravan parks, timeshares, chains and independent operators in metropolitan and regional Australia.

As a member-owned Association, our aim is to support operators, protect business interests and promote a strong and vibrant accommodation sector throughout Australia.

The Association has a voice in local, state and federal government on issues relating to the operational needs of the industry. The Association also offers a wide range of benefits and services to assist members in their day to day business activities.

 

 

Quest Serviced Apartments has opened a brand new property in the Northern Territory – Quest Berrimah.

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The Accommodation Association of Australia (AAoA) and the Australian Hotels Association (AHA) is pleased to announce the commencement of a joint-venture between the two associations, marking a historical decision to unite Australia's accommodation industry under "one voice".

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A 24-year-old South Korean backpacker working in a Brisbane restaurant was underpaid more than $2200 in just seven weeks, an investigation by the Fair Work Ombudsman has found.

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