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Hospitality NT is the peak industry body in the Northern Territory for the hospitality industry. Hospitality NT and its members are also important stakeholders in the tourism industry in the Northern Territory more...







News and Industry Upates

New Wage Rate Tables Now Available

Members can now download the new Wage Rate Tables from the 'Employment Relations Tab' in the 'Members-Only' area. 

Please note that the wage rate tables take into account the 3.5% increase in the minimum ADULT wage, as well as other recent changes and apply from the first full pay period after 1 July 2018. 

Contact the office on 8981 3650 should you have any issues logging in. 



See below link for a short statement on the rebranding of AHA NT to Hospitality NT and the full media release of all of the Awards for Excellence winners:

Download Hospitality NT Awards Media Release 31 May 2018.pdf


Submission Update

The AHA (NT) recently provided a Submission to the inqury into the 'Operation, Regulation and Funding of Air Route Serevie Delivery to Rural, Regional and Remote Communties. 

Download AHA NT Submission_Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Reference Committee_050218.pdf


Fair Work Ombudsman - Campaign  

The Fair Work Ombudsman (‘FWO’) has recently advised the Australian Hotels Association, our national body, that it is about to commence the first phase of the Workplace Basics Campaign, a national campaign focussing on small business employers and their compliance with fundamental workplace obligations.

See link below for full update:

Download FWO Workplace Basics 11 April 18.pdf

Overtime for Casuals

As previously advised, on 12 December 2017, the Fair Work Commission (‘FWC’) as part of the 4 Year Modern Award Review process set out how the existing casual employment arrangements in the HIGA, RIA and RLCA would be varied. These variations become operational from the first full pay period on or after 1 January 2018. 

The AHA NT has updated our Wage Rate Tables to reflect the changes for overtime for casuals.