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.

29 Nov 2017
ACT Tourism Audit
With appeal to both domestic and international markets, the ACT has seen strong growth in overnight visitor numbers over the past few years. This growth has exceeded national growth rates; a positive ...
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21 Nov 2017
Attracting Millennials to Regional New South Wales
Attracting Millennials to Regional New South Wales
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21 Nov 2017
Attracting Millennials to Regional New South Wales factsheet November 2017
Attracting Millennials to Regional New South Wales factsheet November 2017
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4 Oct 2017
The Murray Tourism Satellite Account 2015-16
In 2015-16, the tourism industry contributed an estimated $458 million to The Murray regional economy (7.4% of The Murray’s gross regional product) and directly employed approximately 3,700 people (6. ...
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4 Oct 2017
Sydney Tourism Satellite Account 2015-16
In 2015-16, the tourism industry contributed an estimated $19.1 billion to the Sydney regional economy (5.0 % of Sydney’s gross regional product) and directly employed approximately 82,600 people (3.4 ...
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4 Oct 2017
South Coast Tourism Satellite Account 2015-16
In 2015-16, the tourism industry contributed an estimated $2.1 billion to the South Coast regional economy (9.8% of South Coast’s gross regional product) and directly employed approximately 14,600 peo ...
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4 Oct 2017
Snowy Mountains Satellite Account 2015-16
In 2015-16, the tourism industry contributed an estimated $422 million to the Snowy Mountains regional economy (20.1% of Snowy Mountains’ gross regional product) and directly employed approximately 3, ...
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