The Regional Tourism Satellite Accounts present annual data for Australia’s tourism regions for 2021-22. This data includes:
This data allows for comparison between:
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Industries in tourism are grouped in 2 categories:
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COVID-19 continued to influence global tourism and Australia’s visitor economy through the first half of 2021–22. International and state border closures and lockdowns prevented disease transmission but also severely restricted personal travel. By the start of 2022, however, recovery was underway and was supported by:
Results for smaller tourism regions with a visitor sample at or below 500 are less reliable than higher sample results. For this reason, estimates of GVA, GRP and employment for smaller regions are traditionally ‘smoothed’ by taking an average over 3 years.
However, because of the COVID-19 impacts in recent years, no smoothing has been applied since 2018–19. This is because smoothing would under-represent the extent of recovery of Australia’s regional economies after the pandemic.
This release includes the revised time series 2006–07 to 2021–22 and takes into account revisions in the source data including changes to: