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VISITOR INFORMATION SERVICING IN NEW SOUTH WALES

Visitor information centres are still an important resource for visitors, despite increased use of digital channels for searching, selecting and booking travel.

NATIONAL VISITOR SURVEY (NVS) RESULTS

NVS results show:

• nights increased 5% to 327 million

• overnight trips increased 8% to 88.5 million

• trip spend increased 5% to $58.3 billion.

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR SURVEY (IVS) RESULTS
02/03/2016

International visitors spent a record $37.9 billion in the year ending March 2016—up 17%.

Tourism Satellite Account
29/04/2016

See TRA's summary of the latest Tourism Satellite Account released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

TOURISM REGION PROFILES 2015

Just updated!

The Tourism Region Profiles cover 76 of Australia’s tourism regions and all states and territories.

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Latest Media Releases

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    15 JUNE 2016 

    STRONG START TO THE YEAR FOR DOMESTIC TOURISM

    Australia’s domestic tourism market has continued its strong growth and recorded higher holiday and business travel spending during the year ending March 2016.

    Download media release: 15 June 2016 (PDF 214 KB)

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    1 JUNE 2016 

    TOURISM SECTOR CONTINUES RECORD RUN

    Australia is continuing to attract record numbers of international visitors who are spending more.  

    Download media release: 1 June 2016 (PDF 214 KB)

  • 2 SEPTEMBER 2015

    POSITIVE GROWTH LEADS TO RECORD INTERNATIONAL VISITORS AND SPEND

     

    Results from the latest International Visitor Survey were released by Tourism Research Australia today and show for the year ending June 2015: international visitor numbers increased 7% to a new high of 6.6 million visitors and international visitor spend grew by 10% to a record $33.4 billion—or $3.2 billion more than the previous year.        

    Download media release: 2 September 2015 (PDF 214 KB)


View previous media releases


VISITOR INFORMATION SERVICING IN NEW SOUTH WALES
1/07/2016
This report reviews the current role of visitor information centres and their importance in delivering information services, as well as identifying visitor information servicing strategies.
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INTERNATIONAL VISITORS IN AUSTRALIA: MARCH 2016 QUARTERLY RESULTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL VISITOR SURVEY
1/06/2016
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Travel By Australians March 2016 Quarterly Results of the National Visitor Survey
15/06/2016
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Tourism Satellite Account 2014-15
29/04/2016
The Australian Bureau of Statistics' Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) is recognised internationally as the benchmark for estimating the economic contribution of tourism in an economy. The Australian TSA is published each year, and provides measures of tourism gross domestic product (GDP), tourism gross value added (GVA), tourism trade, and employment in tourism.
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Travel by Australians December 2015 quarterly results of the National Visitor Survey
16/03/2016
This report contains results from the National Visitor Survey for the December quarter 2015.
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International Visitors in Australia: December 2015 Quarterly Results of the International Visitor Survey
2/03/2016
This report contains results from the International Visitor Survey for the December quarter 2015
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Growing Cycling Tourism in Victoria
11/12/2015
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Travel by Australians September 2015 Quarterly results of the National Visitor Survey
16/12/2015
This report contains results from the National Visitor Survey for the September quarter 2015.
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State and Territory Tourism Forecasts 2015
4/12/2015
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