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- Can an office holder receive TA if they have to travel from an outer suburb to a meeting location?
No - Travel usually means interstate travel. For intrastate travel to be captured, it would be expected to be of a considerable distance (possibly involving a flight). TA is only payable in relation to an overnight absence.
Applies to: Part time; Full time; Secretaries; Principal Executive offices
- Can an office holder who is entitled to reunion travel use that allowance to bring his or her family to or from his/her place of work?
The purpose of reunion travel is to enable an office holder to return to his/her principal place of residence and to reunite with family members still resident there.
However, in exceptional circumstances, where the office holder certifies that his/her workloads and responsibilities of office prevent him or her from travelling to his/her principal place of residence for reunion purposes, reunion travel by the office holder's partner and/or a child or children of the office holder or his or her partner, whose normal place of residence is the office holder's principal place of residence, can be funded within the financial limits of the allowance.
Travel by a person other than the office holder must be at economy class and only be used for direct travel between the office holder's principal place of residence and office location.
Applies to: Full time; Secretaries; Principal Executive offices