Tourism Research Australia's (TRA) economic research program focuses on delivering measures of the structure and performance of the Australian tourism industry. Our research and data analysis brings together key findings from our own surveys with supply and demand intelligence from a broad range of sources to support policy making, marketing and industry development.
Economic and industry analysis reports cover issues such as the value of tourism to the Australian economy (both directly and indirectly) and industry performance, current market dynamics and emerging trends. TRA also produces an annual State of the Industry report, which analyses the current performance of the Australian tourism industry, the challenges ahead, and how the industry needs to respond.
State Tourism Satellite Accounts 2013-14
The 2013–14 State Tourism Satellite Accounts (state TSA) publication builds on the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) National Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) to present a comprehensive set of data on the direct and indirect economic contribution of tourism for all states and territories.
Tourism Businesses in Australia, June 2010 to June 2013
Tourism Businesses in Australia examines the stability and health of tourism through changes in the number of businesses within the industry.
Tourism Ready Reckoner: September Quarter 2014
The Tourism Ready Reckoner provides a snapshot of the Australian tourism industry for the year ending September 2014.
Tourism Satellite Account 2013–14
A 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.
Tourism Businesses in Australia, June 2010 to June 2012
Tourism Businesses in Australia reports various metrics on businesses in tourism related industries in Australia including numbers, employment, legal structure, location and financial performance.