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Tourism Research Australia

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23 Nov 2017

Tourism Research Australia in partnership with Destination New South Wales commissioned Instinct and Reason to research the Australian youth travel market. Youth or ‘millenials’ are defined in this study as persons aged 15-29 as well as those aged 30-34 who do not have children. This research...

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18 Oct 2017

Tourism Research Australia’s (TRA) Tourism Investment Monitor 2016–17 reports on the number and value of significant projects (valued at over $20 million) in Australia’s tourism investment pipeline in 2016–17.

There were 204 projects in the tourism investment pipeline in 2016–17, valued...

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05 Oct 2017

This report examines the contribution of tourism to New South Wales and its tourism regions.

Tourism is a valuable contributor to New South Wales’ economy. The latest state Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) published by Tourism Research Australia (TRA) reports that in 2015–16, the tourism...

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03 Oct 2017

This report examines the contribution of tourism to Queensland and its tourism regions.

Queensland’s tourist economy grew rapidly in 2015–16, with domestic tourists consuming more than $23.0 billion worth of goods and services in the state (up by $1,635 million, or 8%, from 2014–15)....

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07 Jun 2017

International visitors to Australia spent a record $39.8 billion in the year ending March 2017 – 5% or $1.9 billion more than the previous year. The number of visitors aged 15 years and over reached 7.7 million, up by 9% to 650,000, while nights were up 5% to 262 million. Strong growth was...

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05 Jun 2013

Operating since the early 1970s, the International Visitor Survey (IVS) represents the most comprehensive source of information on international visitors to Australia. The report is jointly funded by the Australian, state and territory Governments under the guidance of the Australian...

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23 Nov 2017

Tourism Research Australia in partnership with Destination New South Wales commissioned Instinct and Reason to research the Australian youth travel market. Youth or ‘millenials’ are defined in this study as persons aged 15-29 as well as those aged 30-34 who do not have children. This research...

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18 Oct 2017

Tourism Research Australia’s (TRA) Tourism Investment Monitor 2016–17 reports on the number and value of significant projects (valued at over $20 million) in Australia’s tourism investment pipeline in 2016–17.

There were 204 projects in the tourism investment pipeline in 2016–17, valued...

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05 Oct 2017

This report examines the contribution of tourism to New South Wales and its tourism regions.

Tourism is a valuable contributor to New South Wales’ economy. The latest state Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) published by Tourism Research Australia (TRA) reports that in 2015–16, the tourism...

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03 Oct 2017

This report examines the contribution of tourism to Queensland and its tourism regions.

Queensland’s tourist economy grew rapidly in 2015–16, with domestic tourists consuming more than $23.0 billion worth of goods and services in the state (up by $1,635 million, or 8%, from 2014–15)....

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02 Aug 2017

As Australia transitions to a more diversified service-based economy, tourism is becoming increasingly important, and has the potential to be Australia’s fastest growing industry. The most recent satellite accounts show that tourism Gross Domestic Product grew 7.4% in 2015–16, well ahead of the...

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07 Jun 2017

International visitors to Australia spent a record $39.8 billion in the year ending March 2017 – 5% or $1.9 billion more than the previous year. The number of visitors aged 15 years and over reached 7.7 million, up by 9% to 650,000, while nights were up 5% to 262 million. Strong growth was...