The National Visitor Survey (NVS) results provide statistics on how Australian residents travel within Australia. You can find national, state and territory results for the:
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Unless we say otherwise, we compared the summary results for:
Year ending September 2022 | $87.5 billion | Up 11%
Year ending September 2022 | 101.6 million | Down 12%
Year ending September 2022 | 376.9 million | Down 8%
September quarter 2022 | $27.8 billion | Up 34%
September quarter 2022 | 27.6 million | Down 2%
September quarter 2022 | 103.2 million | Flat
Domestic tourism continued to recover from pandemic impacts. Restrictions eased after widespread lockdowns in mid-2021.
Spend recovery was driven by an increase in spend on:
Increased spending on holidays continued to contribute to the quarter’s strong performance. Holiday spend increased by 57% or $5.9 billion compared to the September quarter 2019. Spend on business travel increased by 3% or $170 million. This was the first quarter that business travel spend exceeded pre-pandemic levels.
Interact with our data for domestic overnight trips for year ending September 2022. You can view the data by: