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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2005  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 13/09/2002   
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The clubs (hospitality) industry class consists of organisations mainly providing hospitality services to members. Thus, clubs whose main activity is the provision of sporting services are excluded.

At the end of June 2001 there were 150 hospitality clubs operating in Tasmania with 47,100 members. These clubs employed a total of 1,031 people. During 2000-01, total income of hospitality clubs in Tasmania was $40.6m. Of this, $26.8m was from the sale of liquor and other beverages and $2.5m was from gambling income.

CLUBS (HOSPITALITY)(a) - 2000-01

Unit
Tasmania
Australia

Organisation(b)
no.
150
2,911
Premises(b)
no.
152
3,121
Members(b)
'000
47.1
6,399.2
Employment(b)
no.
1,031
64,990
Income from the sale of liquor and other beverages
$m
26.8
1,406.9
Gambling income
$m
2.5
3,835.2
Total income
$m
40.6
6,297.1

(a) Covers businesses classified to Class 5740 of the Australian New Zealand Standard Industry Classification (ANZSIC).
(b) At 30 June.

Source: Clubs, Pubs, Taverns and Bars (Cat. no. 8687.0).


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