4902.0 - Australian Culture and Leisure Classifications, 2014 (Third Edition)  
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GROUP 43 – HOSPITALITY

Group 43 Hospitality consists of units mainly engaged in providing facilities for hospitality, socialising and associated entertainment but excludes units mainly providing accommodation. It consists of the following classes:

      431 Pubs, taverns and bars;
      432 Cafes and restaurants; and
      433 Hospitality clubs.

431 PUBS, TAVERNS AND BARS

Definition

This class consists of hotels, bars or similar units (except hospitality clubs) mainly engaged in serving alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, or selling alcoholic beverages both for consumption on and off the premises. These units may also provide food services, gambling services and/or present live entertainment.


Exclusions / References

Units mainly engaged in:

(a) providing meals for consumption on the premises are included in Class 432 Cafes and restaurants;

(b) operating hospitality clubs (which could include gambling, sporting or other social or entertainment facilities) are included in Class 433 Hospitality clubs;

(c) providing accommodation are out of scope of the classification; and

(d) retailing alcoholic beverages for consumption off the premises are out of scope of the classification.


Primary Activities

Alcoholic beverage sales primarily for consumption on the premises

Bar operation

Discotheque operation

Hotel operation (mainly a drinking place)

Nightclub operation

Pub operation (mainly a drinking place)

Tavern operation (mainly a drinking place)

Wine bar operation



432 CAFES AND RESTAURANTS

Definition

This class consists of units mainly engaged in providing meals or snacks for consumption on the premises.


Exclusions / References

Units mainly engaged in:

(a) operating theatre restaurants, where provision of a performance is the primary activity, are included in Class 225 Other performing arts;

(b) operating Internet cafes, where the primary activity is providing Internet access are included in Class 268 Electronic information services;

(c) selling alcoholic beverages primarily for consumption on the premises (except clubs) are included in Class 431 Pubs, taverns and bars;

(d) operating licensed or hospitality clubs are included in Class 433 Hospitality clubs;

(e) operating catering services are out of scope of the classification;

(f) operating canteens attached to worksites are out of scope of the classification; and

(g) retailing ready to eat food in takeaway containers are out of scope of the classification.


Primary Activities

Cafe operation

Internet cafe operation, primarily providing meals or beverages for consumption on the premises

Restaurant operation

Theatre restaurant operation (provision of a performance not the primary activity)



433 HOSPITALITY CLUBS

Definition

This class consists of units which are mainly engaged in providing hospitality services (opportunities to eat, drink and socialise) to members. Units which also provide gambling, sporting or other social and entertainment facilities are included in this class if their main objective is to provide hospitality services to their members, even if revenues from gambling exceed other revenues.


Exclusions / References

Units mainly engaged in:

(a) selling alcoholic beverages both for consumption on and off the premises (which could include food and gambling services and/or live entertainment) are included in Class 431 Pubs, Taverns and Bars; and

(b) operating sports clubs are included in Class 332 Sports and physical recreation clubs, teams and sports professionals.


Primary Activities

Hospitality club operation

Licensed club operation


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