The Destination Research program

We manage the Destination Research program and work with states and territories to deliver tailored research. The program replaces the former Destination Visitor Survey program. Recent topics include accessible tourism in Victoria and Queensland, repeat visitation in South Australia and Western Australia and the potential of Indian visitors for the Northern Territory.

In 2017–18, the Destination Research program will focus on regional dispersal and future technology disruptors at a national, state and regional level.

Attracting Indian visitors to the Northern Territory
17 Apr 2018
Attracting Indian visitors to the Northern Territory 2018

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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5 Mar 2018
Understanding Repeat Visitation to Western Australia 2018
Understanding Repeat Visitation to Western Australia 2018
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5 Mar 2018
Understanding Repeat Visitation to South Australia 2018
Understanding Repeat Visitation to South Australia 2018
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16 Jan 2018
Accessible Tourism in Victoria and Queensland Summary
Accessible Tourism in Victoria and Queensland Summary
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16 Jan 2018
Accessible Tourism in Victoria 2018 Factsheet
Accessible Tourism in Victoria 2018 Factsheet
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16 Jan 2018
Accessible Tourism in Queensland 2018 Factsheet
Accessible Tourism in Queensland 2018 Factsheet
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29 Nov 2017
Visiting Friends and Relatives in Queensland: The Domestic Overnight Market
The domestic visiting friends and relatives (VFR) market is important for Queensland. In 2014–15, there were 6.7 million domestic overnight visitors who travelled to Queensland for VFR purposes, ...
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