Australian Government - TRA
Australian Government - TRA
Accessible Tourism in Victoria and Queensland
ACCESSIBLE TOURISM IN VICTORIA AND QUEENSLAND
This report examines the travel experiences of domestic travellers with accessibility needs
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National Visitor Survey result September 2017
NATIONAL VISITOR SURVEY (IVS) RESULTS SEPTEMBER 2017
Domestic overnight travel saw strong growth during the year ending September 2017, with spend up 7% to $63.7 billion, overnight trips up 7% to 96 million and nights up 6% to 347 million
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Tourism Satellite Account 2016-17
TOURISM SATELLITE ACCOUNT, 2016–17
The Tourism Satellite Account reports on the value of tourism to the national economy in terms of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Value Added, exports, consumption and employment.
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Results of the International Visitor Survey: Year Ending September 2017
INTERNATIONAL VISITOR SURVEY (IVS) RESULTS SEPTEMBER 2017
IVS results show that international visitors increased 7% to 8 million; nights increased 7% to 268 million; and spend increased 6% to $41.2 billion.
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Attracting Millennials to Regional New South Wales
ATTRACTING MILLENNIALS TO REGIONAL NEW SOUTH WALES
This research project examines the travel behaviour of the Australian youth market and the appeal of Regional New South Wales as a destination.
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