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Upcoming Events

National Assembly Welcome Function Friday, 4th September 2015

Official Welcome Cocktail Event to the 92nd Skal International Australia's National Assembly, host

Skål International Sunshine Coast

SKÅL International Australia 92nd National Assembly Friday, 4th September 2015

Skal International Australia 92nd National Assembly hosted by Skal International Sunshine Coast.

Skål International Sydney

SKÅL International Australia 92nd National Assembly Friday, 4th September 2015

Special Event - Skal International Australia National Assembly on the Sunshine Coast

Skål International Sunshine Coast

Gala Evening, Skal International National Assembly Saturday, 5th September 2015

Gala Night of the 92nd Skal International Australia's National Assembly, hosted by Sunshine Coast

Skål International Sunshine Coast

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Skål International Australia Clubs

Skål is a professional organisation of tourism leaders around the world, promoting global tourism and friendship. It is the only international group uniting all branches of the travel and tourism industry. Its members, the industry’s managers and executives, meet at local, national, regional and international levels to discuss and pursue topics of common interest.

The first Club was founded in 1932 in Paris by travel managers, following an educational tour of Scandinavia. The idea of international goodwill and friendship grew and, in 1934, the “Association Internationale des Skål Clubs” was formed with Florimond Volckaert as its first President, who is considered the “Father of Skål”.

Skål International today has approximately 16,292 members in 393 Clubs throughout 86 nations. Most activities occur at local level, moving up through National Committees, under the umbrella of Skål International, headquartered at the General Secretariat in Torremolinos, Spain.

Skål International is governed by an Executive Committee of six members, elected by delegates to an annual General Assembly, held during the World Congress, hosted by a different country each year. This allows members first-hand observation of the travel and tourism potential around the world.