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Port Douglas is thrilled about visa reforms, but could they be better?

For the first time, Work and Holiday Visa (subclass 462) holders, who work for three months in Northern Australia, in tourism and hospitality, will be eligible for a second Work and [...] read more...

Sydney’s lock-out laws relaxed and opinions in the backpacker tourism sector are divided

A relaxation of Sydney’s lockout laws will be trialled following a review of the controversial measures. The relaxation by half an hour on the 1.30am lockout and 3am last drinks [...] read more...

Airbnb puts limit on two of its biggest host cities, could Australia follow?

  Airbnb in London will soon ban hosts from renting out entire homes for more than 90 days a year without official consent, while in Amsterdam landlords will be limited [...] read more...

GUEST POST: Work n Holiday @ YHA Sydney Central & Cairns

With the backpacker tax saga finally drawing to a close, YHA Australia has improved its services to Working Holiday Makers (WHMs), with in-hostel employment offices now available in Sydney and [...] read more...

ATO becoming “increasingly vigilant” on Airbnb income

The Australian Tax Office has enlisted the help of tax preparation firm H&R Block to make sure those using Airbnb are declaring the correct amount of tax. The share economy (including Uber [...] read more...

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