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British backpacker wins tax discrimination case (but the refund is on hold)

January 3, 2020 Travel Law 1 Comment

Is it fair that backpackers have not just a working holiday but a tax holiday as well? … Continue Reading

Why do Airlines offer water as soon as the ‘fasten seatbelts’​ sign is turned off?

On long-haul flights, water, juice or alcohol is served with lunch and dinner. Usually, meals are served 2 hours after departure, so it’s a long time to wait for a drink of water. … Continue Reading

Memo to small travel businesses: Why you need Google and Facebook for digital marketing

The ACCC Final Report on its Digital platforms Inquiry has systematically revealed the great power that Google and Facebook have when it comes to advertising and marketing, particularly for small travel businesses. … Continue Reading

Legal Tips for Travellers

January 3, 2020 Travel Law No Comments

Short of being an expert in the various legalese of the world such as commercial law, property law or public law, there is a good chance that you might be flying blind if you are renting or hosting through websites like Airbnb.  … Continue Reading

If you own a blimp, you need a Plan B

September 11, 2019 Headline News, Travel Law No Comments

The founders of Sky Ship Uluru had a brilliant idea. … Continue Reading

Is this the end for fake boomerangs?

September 10, 2019 Headline News, Travel Law No Comments

It’s not just plastic boomerangs that are fake. It’s cheap imported boomerangs from South-East Asia such as Vietnam and Indonesia. … Continue Reading

If your Uber Eats meal arrives spoilt or not at all, who pays?

Is it the customer who orders, is it the restaurant which cooks, or is it the courier who delivers the meal? Who pays if the meal arrives spoilt or not at all? … Continue Reading

Flight MH 17 – Victims families settle for ‘not large’ compensation

On 17 July, it will be five years since Flight MH 17 was shot down by a Russian missile over the sunflower fields of the Ukraine on 17 July 2014, killing all 283 passengers and 15 crew. … Continue Reading

Don’t wear a scarf if you are hot air ballooning

February 25, 2019 Headline News, Travel Law No Comments

The High Court of Australia has ruled that wearing a scarf is risky if you are hot air ballooning. Risky for the wearer, and risky for the balloon operator. … Continue Reading

How to start a tour business in Australia: Seven legal essentials

February 15, 2019 Headline News, Travel Law No Comments

Are you thinking about setting up as a tour operator or starting a tour business in Australia? … Continue Reading

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