The International Visitor Survey (IVS) results provide statistics on how international visitors travel in Australia. You can find national, state and territory results for the:
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$21.9 billion | 71% of June 2019 levels
5.4 billion | 63% of June 2019 levels
193.3 million | 71% of June 2019 levels
$34.4 billion | 77% of June 2019 levels (includes spend outside Australia)
$5.6 billion 100% of June 2019 levels
1.5 million 79% of June 2019 levels
49.4 million 91% of June 2019 levels
$8.6 billion 4% up on June 2019 levels (includes spend outside Australia)
The number of international visitors to Australia continues to increase as the world recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. In the year ending June 2023, there were 5.4 million trips to Australia.
The top reasons for travel to Australia in the year ending June 2023 were:
The proportion of trips to Australia for holiday purposes continued to increase from 32% in the year ending March 2023 to 35% in the year ending June 2023. This is the highest proportion since falling to 3% in the year ending March 2021 as a result of international border closures.
Australia’s top 5 international markets for the year ending June 2023 were:
Total spend in the year ending June 2023 was $34.4 billion. This was 77% of June 2019 levels. Total spend includes purchases made overseas such as international connections and stopovers, including airfares, and other pre-travel or post-travel spend in the source market or elsewhere outside Australia on things like luggage, visas, duty-free retail and ground transport.