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The Australian Bureau of Statistics has upgraded its Overseas Arrival and Departures (OAD) data and is back-casting results to 2004. This impacts the International Visitor Survey (IVS) as visitor estimates are benchmarked to OAD. To allow Tourism Research Australia (TRA) to undertake required back casting work, the December 2013 IVS will be released 30 April 2014.... read more >
Tourism Research Australia—in partnership with the South Australian Tourism Commission and Tourism Northern Territory—conducted research to understand the major barriers to dispersal for those international holiday visitors to Australia who do not include South Australia or Northern Territory in their travel itineraries.... read more >
Tourism Research Australia’s regional tourism profiles provide comprehensive tourism demand and supply data for 76 of Australia’s tourism regions and all states and territories. The profiles are published annually and provide reliable visitor information to support the development of regional tourism and growth of regional economies.... read more >
Tourism Research Australia and Tourism Tasmania conducted a study to explore perceptions of Tasmania as a holiday destination. This report summarises the key findings from the research, and explores the key perceptions of Tasmania; core appeals driving visitation; and visitor satisfaction with holiday experiences, including willingness to re-visit Tasmania in the future.... read more >
Tourism Research Australia is Australia's leading provider of quality tourism intelligence across both international and domestic markets.
We equip industry with information to strengthen their marketing and business decisions. Our data underpin government tourism policy and help improve the performance of the tourism industry for the benefit of the Australian community.
|National Visitor Survey
December Quarter 2013 (12 March)
|International Visitor Survey
December Quarter 2013 (30 April)
Tourism Research Australia operates as a professionally independent agency within Austrade.