Australian Government - TRA
Australian Government - TRA
Attracting Indian visitors to the Northern Territory
ATTRACTING INDIAN VISITORS TO THE NORTHERN TERRITORY
Tourism Research Australia, in partnership with Tourism Northern Territory, investigate the opportunity that the Indian market represents for the Northern Territory.
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State Tourism Satellite Accounts, 2016-17
STATE TOURISM SATELLITE ACCOUNTS, 2016–17
The State Tourism Satellite Accounts, 2016-17 highlight the importance of tourism to each state and territory’s economy.
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National Visitor Survey Results December 2017
NATIONAL VISITOR SURVEY (NVS) RESULTS DECEMBER 2017
Domestic overnight travel saw strong growth during the year ending December 2017, with spend up 6% to $64.5 billion, overnight trips up 7% to 97.2 million and nights up 5% to 351 million
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Results of the International Visitor Survey: Year Ending December 2017
INTERNATIONAL VISITOR SURVEY (IVS) RESULTS DECEMBER 2017
IVS results show that international visitors increased 6% to 8.1 million; nights increased 5% to 265 million; and spend increased 6% to $41.3 billion.
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State of the Industry 2017
STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 2017
The 8th edition of TRA’s State of the Industry report reviews our tourism industry’s performance in 2016–17.
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