Adelaide Airport unveils hotel plan
A hotel with direct links to domestic and international check-in areas will be built at Adelaide Airport in South Australia.
Event Hospitality & Entertainment Ltd has reached agreement with Adelaide Airport Ltd to develop and operate a seven-storey, 165-room hotel within the Adelaide Airport precinct.
Developed under the Atura brand, the hotel will feature a restaurant and bar, a business centre, flexible function and meeting spaces plus a port-cochere for patron drop off and collection.
A walkway will directly link the hotel with the airport’s Level 2 domestic and international check-in area.
Event Hospitality and Entertainment Limited Group Managing Director David Seargeant said the “unique design” would seamlessly connect the terminal and hotel with the plaza space.
Relais & Chateaux appoints fusion marketing as Australian business events sales representative
Fusion Marketing is delighted to announce its appointment by Relais & Châteaux – Australia, New Zealand & South Pacific members to the Australian conference & incentive market.
With 14 Hotels, Lodges and Restaurants in four countries, Relais & Châteaux offers a myriad of extraordinary destinations. What makes these properties so special is their sheer diversity and uniqueness yet they share a common philosophy of values and taste of the land, delivering an unforgettable experience to their guests.
AFTA Chief Executive appears at Senate Economics Legislation Committee Parliament House Canberra
AFTA Chief Executive appeared with the CEO of TTF, Margy Osmond and other industry representatives to put the point forward (based on comprehensive KPMG financial modelling) to the Committee that the Working Holiday Makers (WHM) Reform Package does not need to include the increase to the Passenger Movement Charge (PMC). It is clear that the WHM package without the PMC increase does “wash its face” as the Government said the package needed to do.
“This KPMG modelling confirms that the backpacker tax package does not need the PMC to supplement the revenue the government desires by this package,” said Jayson Westbury Chief Executive.
Conference and Event Coordinator
GEMS Event Management is a leading conference management compay based in Sydney who have been delivering high quality conferences and business events since 1991.
We are currently expanding our team and are looking for an individual committed to a career in event management. Ideally, the candidate will have a minimum of 12-18 months experience as an Event Coordinator or Event Assistant, preferably involved in business events, who is looking to move to the next level in their career. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in the event management of professional association conferences or other business events.
Responsibilities will include liaison with venues, suppliers, speakers, sponsors, trade exhibitors and delegates.