Voyages welcomes new GM ·

Voyages welcomes new GM

Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia has appointed Philip Logan to the position of General Manager Hotel Division for Ayers Rock Resort commencing 15th October 2019.  The role includes oversight of Ayers Rock Resort’s five hotels, all Food & Beverage outlets including outdoor catering, and the Retail Department.

Most recently the General Manager of the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Philip has extensive experience in senior leadership roles with both Accor and Starwood across the UK, Middle East, India and Asia Pacific.

“We are delighted to welcome Philip to Voyages and Ayers Rock Resort. With such high occupancy throughout all of the hotels this is a pivotal role in the continual provision of exceptional customer service to our guests,” said Grant Hunt, Voyages CEO.

“Philip joins a highly effective team of hospitality professionals at the Resort and will report directly to David White, the Chief Operating Officer of the Resort,” said Grant.

“I am privileged and excited to have the opportunity of leadership in such in such an iconic business as Ayers Rock Resort and ultimately, working alongside Industry leaders in the Voyages Network,” said Philip.

About Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia

Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC) established to undertake tourism business on its behalf. Voyages offers unique experiences and cultural immersion in spectacular locations around Australia including Ayers Rock Resort in the Northern Territory, Home Valley Station in The Kimberley in Western Australia and the Mossman Gorge Centre, in Tropical North Queensland. Voyages works collaboratively with local communities, respecting and supporting the local Indigenous cultures and offering employment and training opportunities to the local and broader Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Profits from all business activities are re-invested in the Indigenous and resort experiences and through the various training and development programs in place around Australia.

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