Australia was the 21st country to be accepted as a member of the Society of the Golden Keys, when its application for membership was accepted at the 29th International Congress in Dublin in 1981.
We were very proud to host 42nd UICH International Congress in Sydney in 1996, and are honoured to have provided two of the past International UICH Presidents, in Tony Facciolo in 1995, and Colin Toomey in 2014,
Ours is a continent of fascinating and extreme contrasts, from the endless beaches of Western Australia, to the arid central desert regions, across the famed vineyards of South Australia, to the restaurants and alleys of Melbourne, the wilderness and fine cuisine of Tasmania, and to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House and along the cost to the Great barrier Reef and rainforest of Queensland and the remote “Top End” of Uluru and the Northern Territory.
The one constant our visitors will find right across this vast country however, is the warm welcome and personal assistance they will receive from our members Australia wide!
We all look forward to welcoming you, both to Australia and to our own properties, where we will be delighted to share our local knowledge and insight to ensure that your time with us and your own individual experience of Australia is something to remember and treasure for years to come.
For more information on our organization, including the location of our members and their properties, please visit www.lesclefsdoraustralia.org.
Within Le Clefs d’Or our network of hospitality and tourism connections exists entirely for the benefit of our guests – and we look forward to hearing from and meeting you!
488 George St, Sydney NSW 2000
With exceptional facilities for business or leisure, Hilton Sydney is superbly located right in the heart of the city, with magnificent views and convenient access to Sydney's favourite attractions, including Darling Harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Bondi Beach.
8 Whiteman St, Southbank, Victoria 3006, Australia
Since 1997, Crown Towers Melbourne has pioneered the way for luxury hotels in Australia, soaring 39 floors above and overlooking Melbourne’s iconic Yarra River. The hotel houses 481 hotel rooms, a private crystal lounge, lavish spa facilities and highly regarded restaurants from internationally renowned Chefs such as Nobuyuki Matsuhisa and Neil Perry.