CAUTHE Annual Conference
Each year CAUTHE holds a research conference which aims to:
- promote informative, stimulating and challenging discussions about recent methodological innovations in the field.
- receive feedback from peers and improve the quality of research and educational output.
- establish dialogue with industry, government and community representatives.
- foster networking and collaboration within the field and across the sector.
CAUTHE 2024 Conference
The 34th Annual CAUTHE Conference, Diverse Voices: Creating change in tourism, hospitality and events will be hosted by the University of Tasmania, in Hobart, Australia from 6-9 February 2024. Go to CAUTHE 2024 Conference website.
Past conference locations and proceedings
2007 Manly, New South Wales – University of Technology Sydney proceedings
2006 Melbourne, Victoria – Victoria University proceedings
2005 Alice Springs, Northern Territory – Charles Darwin University proceedings
2004 Brisbane, Queensland – The University of Queensland proceedings
2003 Coffs Harbour, New South Wales – Southern Cross University proceedings
2002 Fremantle, Western Australia – Edith Cowan University, Curtin University & Murdoch University proceedings
2001 Canberra, Australian Capital Territory – University of Canberra proceedings
2000 Mt. Buller, Victoria – LaTrobe University proceedings
1999 Adelaide, South Australia – University of South Australia, University of Adelaide & Flinders University proceedings
1998 Gold Coast, Queensland – Griffith University proceedings
1997 Manly, New South Wales – University of Western Sydney, University of Technology Sydney, University of Sydney & University of New South Wales proceedings
1996 Coffs Harbour, New South Wales – Southern Cross University proceedings
1995 Melbourne, Victoria – Victoria University of Technology proceedings
1994 Gold Coast, Queensland – Griffith University proceedings
1993 Sydney, New South Wales – University of Sydney proceedings
Early conferences – two conferences prior to the formalisation of CAUTHE were held in:
1991 Newcastle, New South Wales – University of Newcastle
1988 Canberra, Australian Capital Territory – University of Canberra