ATHOC operates nationally with an elected board representing a range of membership categories covering resorts, timeshare owners, developers and promoters, marketers, exchange companies and organisations providing professional advice to the timeshare industry.
On behalf of all Members, the board works closely with members, advocates, and with administrative and regulatory bodies throughout Australia to achieve the vision and mission of ATHOC.
To continually foster a high standard of ethics and adherence to industry best practice amongst Members, all Members are required to abide by a Code of Ethics and a Code of Practice.
- Foster a high standard of ethics and adherence to industry best practice amongst our Members and to maintain good standing with all stakeholders.
- Continually promote the benefits of the industry and to protect the goodwill of Members and consumers.
- Assist all Members to achieve growth and profitability in an ever-changing business environment.