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Tourism Australia is a statutory authority of the Australian Government, which promotes Australia as a tourism destination internationally and domestically and delivers research and forecasts for the sector.
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Kenvale College offers courses in Hospitality Management, Event Management and Commercial Cookery. Our courses are structured in two standard programs: Advanced Diploma (Hospitality and Event Management) and Commercial Cookery
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Matilda Bay Restaurant and Function Centre based in Crawley/WA offers a cafe, car park, catering, coach parking, convention/conference facilities. Experience food and wine, indulgence/luxury and nightlife, clubs, pubs and casinos.
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Startnextweek.com.au is Australia's marketplace for training with thousands of courses for sale at discounted rates. RSA, RCG, RMLV, Bar skills.
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ADELAIDE HOSPITALITY & TOURISM SCHOOL – ‘ASHT’ – is a privately owned, accredited training organisation based in Adelaide, South Australia.  It was established in 1981 and is one of the most experienced hospitality schools in Australia.  The School accepts ...
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Advanced Careers College is a Registered Training Organisation
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Peppers Retreats, Resorts & Hotels now offers a collection of over 20 indulgent escapes throughout regional Australia and New Zealand and is expanding steadily as demand for luxurious escapes rises.   
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 Business Events Sydney, formerly the Sydney Convention and Visitors Bureau, promotes Sydney and New South Wales as a meeting and events destination. We're the natural starting point for anyone organising a business.
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TAFE SA is South Australia's leading training provider
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01/06/09 - Adelaide Hospitality & Tourism School offer a wide range of courses for the hospitality industry that include travel and tourism course, food hygiene course, gaming course and hospitality course.
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22/04/09 - New figures showed the number of tourists to Australia increased by more than 6% in July, compared with the same time last year, according to Minister for Small Business and Tourism Fran Bailey.
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21/04/09 - In August 2005, the Federal Government said it had committed $2 million of Tourism White Paper funding to tourism accreditation and would develop a tourism business and accreditation portal for the industry.
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21/04/09 - Sydney Convention and Visitors Bureau (SCVB) have succeeded in bringing to Sydney an extra 46,210 international conference delegates at events worth A$145 million to the local economy.
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20/04/09 - South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory are joining forces to lure international backpackers away from the country's east coast. The two states and the NT have unveiled a 'Real Trips for Real Travellers' campaign that includes a ...
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10/04/09 - The winners of the 2004/05 Australian Tourism Awards were announced at a gala dinner in Alice Springs in February. The awards acknowledge businesses that have demonstrated achievement and success. Mat
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10/04/09 - Peppers Palm Bay was named as Best Deluxe Accommodation at the 2004 Whitsunday Tourism Awards held at Daydream Island Resort and Spa.
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09/04/09 - According to a study done by the Sydney Convention and Visitors Bureau (SCVB), the international conference delegates stay at Sydney for a longer time leading to higher spending.

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