The Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education

2025 CONFERENCE

MEANJIN(BRISBANE) | 10 - 13 FEBRUARY

Transforming Tomorrow: Leveraging Opportunities to Create Change in Tourism, Hospitality and Events

The 35th Annual Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) Conference, is being held in Meanjin (Brisbane) from 10-13 February 2025. CAUTHE is the preeminent and largest academic conference for tourism, hospitality, and events in Australasia. 

The CAUTHE 2025 Conference is hosted by The University of Queensland, one of Australia‚Äôs leading universities; steeped in heritage while looking to create generational change.  The green and gold runway of the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games provides an exciting transformational opportunity for a host city and nation.

The conference theme reflects the opportunities such events have as catalysts for generational transformation: for the host city, and for the tourism, hospitality, and events sectors across Australasia.

CAUTHE 2025 will bring together prominent industry leaders, researchers, and professionals to discuss the notion of generational transformation. Through presentations, panels, and interactive discussions, key insights will be provided on how we as a sector can actively leverage opportunities to create a more diverse, inclusive, and sustainable future.

  





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Call for Papers Open  |  1 AUGUST

Call for Papers Close  |  15 SEPTEMBER

Early Bird Registration Opens   |   1 OCTOBER

Revised Papers Due  |  15 NOVEMBER

Early Bird Registration Ends  |  30 NOVEMBER

Standard Registration Begins  |  1 DECEMBER

Final Program Released  |  15 JANUARY  




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Acknowledgement of Country

The City of Brisbane and The University of Queensland acknowledges this Country and its Traditional Custodians. We acknowledge and respect the spiritual relationship between Traditional Custodians and this Country, which has inspired language, songs, dances, lore and dreaming stories over many thousands of years. We pay our respects to the Elders, those who have passed into the dreaming; those here today; those of tomorrow. May we continue to peacefully walk together, in gratitude, respect and kindness in caring for this Country and one another.


Diversity and inclusion commitment

CAUTHE strongly supports equity and inclusion for all. We embrace diversity and condemn any kind of discrimination, be it on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.