Resort Corp has announced the sale of the management rights of its $210 million Noosa Sanctuary project and conference centre to Mirvac Hotels and Resorts.
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Chinese electronics and information company Hisense yoday (July 21) marked its six-year naming rights sponsorship of a prominent Melbourne sporting arena.
The Darwin Convention Centre (DCC) has exceeded its sales targets for the 2008-09 fiscal year less than a month after it commenced operations.
Conference delegates and business travellers could be turned away from hotels in Western Australia from next week because of an undersupply of clean sheets linked to the state’s gas shortage.
The world’s first synthetic golf course is nearing completion at a development site near Yeepoon on Queensland’s Capricorn Coast, with 13 of the 18 holes now complete.
Eight Hotels Australia has launched a new budget luxury hotel designed for business travellers, with room rates starting at $95 per night.
Queensland’s Mackay region is significantly increasing its capacity for conferencing and events with the opening of Quest Mackay.
Adding new choices to the Sydney and Brisbane accommodation markets – Meriton Serviced Apartments has opened new properties
Three years in the planning is paying off for innovative restaurateurs Dean and Geremy Lucas, with Spice Market performing well in the newly redeveloped Grand Hyatt Melbourne.
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre has nabbed the prestigious ‘Gold Plate Award 2009’ for best venue catering, presented by the Catering Institute of Australia. The award is open to all venues catering within their own contracted premises and the cate