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Visitor arrivals from China continued in record numbers during the year ending September 2013, the latest International Visitor Survey has found. The publication reported overall Chinese visitor numbers for the year reached 676,445, up 18 per cent on the previous year. ... read more >
Tourism Research Australia (TRA) has launched a new app to help users stay up-to-date with the latest statistics on the Australian tourism industry. The app, TRA Statistics, is a new way of delivering TRA’s data by providing quick and easy access to the latest tourism intelligence. ... read more >
Tourism Research Australia and Tourism and Events Queensland undertook research during April, May and June 2013 to explore visitor consideration of the Whitsundays as a tropical coastal or tropical island holiday destination, and how best to convert those that ‘would consider a Whitsundays holiday’ into visitors.... read more >
A suite of resources aimed at assisting Australian tourism operators to engage with Asia has been developed in consultation with Tourism Australia and the Australian Tourism Export Council. The resources provide tourism SMEs with information about key Asian markets, distribution channels, cultural awareness, and how to develop and action their Asia strategies. ... read more >
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