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1) Food and Beverage Sector
The role of the food and beverage sector is to provide meals and beverages to customers within a hospitality establishment such as restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets, bars. E.g.* Lulu's Café at 457 King Georges Road, Beverly Hills
* Asahi Japanese Teppanyaki Restaurant at 459 King Georges Road
2) Gaming Sector
This sector provides services and facilities such as poker machines foe the purchases of gaming and betting. E.g.* Star City Casino at 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont NSW
* Kingsgrove RSL Club at 4 Brocklehurst Lane, Kingsgrove NSW
3) Clubs Sector
Clubs can provide gaming, accommodation recreational activities and food and beverages. E.g.* Hurstville RSL Memorial Club at 1 Ormonde Parade, Hurstville NSW * Penshurst RSL Club at 58A Penshurst Street, Penshurst Penshurst RSL Club Hurstville RSL Memorial ClubAddress: Hurstville RSL Memorial ClubAddress:
4) Travel and Tourism Sector
Travel and Tourism Sector provides information services to tourists and transport to and from tourist destinations. E.g.* Tourist Australia Travel Centre at 2/534 Princes Highway, Rockdale NSW * ANZ Sky Tours Ltd at a6/208 Forest Road, Sydney NSW
5) Accommodation Sector
Accommodation Sector provides people with a suitable place to stay. E.g.* Narwee Hotel at 116 Penshurst Road, Narwee NSW
* Beverly Hills Hotel at 427 King Georges Road, Beverly Hills NSW
Trade Union(e.g. The Liquor Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union)
| To collectively represent its members, usually engaged in a common role or industry, in matters related to the payment of wages and working conditions.
| Who they work with
| Through its leadership, bargains with the employer on behalf of union members and negotiates labour contracts with employers.
| * Provision of benefits to members * Collective bargaining * Industrial action * Political activity
| Industry Organisation(e.g. Australia Hotel Association)
| To represent the members in matters that relate to industrial relations or refer matters to the employer organisations.
| Who they work with
| The majority of the AHA’s members are pubs and taverns, while a significant number are accommodation hotels.
| * Gambling policy * Alcohol & health policy * Tourism * Taxation (including alcohol excise) * Workplace relations & employment issues * Business regulation
* Hospitality: Hospitality is the magazine the hospitality industry turns to when it wants the latest news, views and information about what’s happening across this dynamic business. * http://www.hospitalitymagazine.com.au/home.aspx
* Less Japanese tourists
The Great East Japan Earthquake was a magnitude 9.0 undersea megathrust earthquake off the coast of Japan that occurred on 11 March 2011. It was the most powerful known earthquake to have hit Japan, and one of the five most powerful earthquakes in the world overall since modern record-keeping began in 1900. The Japanese National Police Agency has confirmed 14,755 deaths, 5,279 injured and 10,706 people missing, as well as over 125,000 buildings damaged or destroyed. The Japan disaster has not only caused death, destruction, but those also influenced the global tourism industry. The travelers from Japan spend more money per person than American tourists, which resulted in approximately $1.9 billion in 2010. Many Japanese won’t travel to other countries recently because of the earthquake which will influence the global tourism and hospitality industry. * High Australia Dollars
The local currency hit 110.10 US cents on 02/05/11. Its highest level since the fixed exchange rate era ended in December 1983. The Australian dollar has gained more than 12 US cents in just over a month on the back of...
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