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Hotel jobs across Australia

05 May 2016 by News Desk

The number of visitors to the country is rising at record pace and thousands of workers will be needed to fill the new hotel jobs across Australia.

Hotel jobsHotel jobs across Australia – Sixty-four new hotels are to be built in major capitol cities in the next two years. A further 30 new hotels are planned in key regional areas.

A total of 8,650 new hotel rooms will come on stream in state capitols with a further 3,900 rooms in other regional markets by 2018. This represents 12 per cent growth across the industry.

“Tourism is a growing industry in Australia, “says Darrell Todd, founder of thinkingaustralia. “With over 100 new hotels due for construction this is a great opportunity for anyone seeking hotel jobs in Australia.”

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Canberra, the Australian capitol city, saw a 10 per cent rise in hotel occupancy last year.

Sydney recorded the country’s highest hotel occupancy at 88 per cent, driven by an 8.8 per cent increase in the number of visitors.

The sun, sea and sand of Queensland attracted the third-highest number of hotel visitors. The Gold Coast and Tropical North Queensland recorded increases of 3.0% and 4.8% respectively.

Says Darrell Todd: “If you have experience and/or qualifications in the leisure and tourism industry and are looking for hotel jobs in Australia, contact us today. Opportunities are waiting down under.”

Perth is set to see the biggest growth in hotels with an additional 1,900 rooms forecast to come on stream by the end of 2018.

Nine new hotels are planned for Hobart, with the number of room nights available increasing at 5.6 per cent per year. In Brisbane the number of new hotel rooms is set to increase by 4.1% per year. In Adelaide growth is forecast to be 4.0% per year.

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