AHA catch a win with Fishing Reforms

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Restaurants attached to accommodation hotels are set to benefit from reforms to WA’s fishing regulations, with venues now able to cook fish and other seafood that their guests have caught locally.
Australian Hotels Association (WA) CEO Bradley Woods said the reforms announced today by WA Fisheries Minister Dave Kelly will offer visitors to WA and local holidaymakers an appealing new guest experience.
“WA’s coastline has some of the most remarkable fishing available which is why the AHA has lobbied for reforms to allow guests to take their prized catch back to their hotel’s restaurant and have it cooked on the day it was caught,” Mr Woods said.
“Accommodation hotels with in-house restaurants can now capitalise on local fishing charter operations and offer an extra service that they can market to guests.”
“This will ultimately deliver benefits for the state’s tourism industry by improving the appeal of local experiences and encouraging more travellers to consider WA for their next holiday.”
“We welcome the State Government’s sensible red tape reduction measure which will benefit visitors to WA as well as the venues who can now provide them with an enhanced guest experience.”

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