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50+ years of proudly representing the Australian travel industry
50+ years of proudly representing the Australian travel industry

Welcome to AFTA

The Australian Federation of Travel Agents Limited (AFTA) is the peak body for Australia's travel agents, with its office located in Pitt Street, Sydney and represents the majority of travel agents in Australia. Founded in 1957, AFTA's aim has been to stimulate, encourage and promote travel, and to uphold the interests of travel agents who form a vital part of Australia's highly specialised travel and tourism industry.

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2016 Nominations Now Open2016 Nominations Now Open

2016 Nominations Now Open

The NITA nominations are now open until 5.00pm (AEDT) Friday 26 February 2016.

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2016 AFTA Travel Pages 2016 AFTA Travel Pages

2016 AFTA Travel Pages

The official 2016 AFTA Travel Pages online guide is now available to view.

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SPOTLIGHT ON ATAS PARTICIPANTS IN REGIONAL AUSTRALIASPOTLIGHT ON ATAS PARTICIPANTS IN REGIONAL AUSTRALIA

SPOTLIGHT ON ATAS PARTICIPANTS IN REGIONAL AUSTRALIA

ATAS TVC to feature across regional areas of Australia promoting ATAS participants.

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Smartraveller Advice
6 February 2016

Jamaica is experiencing ongoing transmission of the mosquito-borne Zika virus. All travellers should protect themselves from mosquito bites. Given possible transmission of the disease to unborn babies, and taking a very cautious approach, pregnant women should consider postponing travel to Jamaica or talk to their doctor about implications (see Health). The level of the advice has not changed. We continue to advise Australians to exercise a high degree of caution in Jamaica.

Costa Rica ›

Smartraveller Advice
6 February 2016

Costa Rica is experiencing ongoing transmission of the mosquito-borne Zika virus. All travellers should protect themselves from mosquito bites. Given possible transmission of the disease to unborn babies, and taking a very cautious approach, pregnant women should consider postponing travel to Costa Rica or talk to their doctor about implications (see Health). The level of this advice has not changed. We continue to advise Australians to exercise a high degree of caution in Costa Rica.

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