The latest National Visitor Survey released today showed a record 3.5 million domestic visitors travelled to the Sunshine Coast in the year ending September 2018
The latest Tourism Research Australia data for the Gascoyne bucks WA State tourism figures.
MORE visitors than ever before are making their way to Ballarat, according to a new report released by Data Insights this month.
The latest International Visitor Survey released today shows a record 301,000 people visited the Sunshine Coast
The Gold Coast welcomed a record number of international visitors in 2017
The Sunshine Coast has recorded another strong increase in international arrivals with 8.2% growth
NSW continues to lead the nation in attracting overseas visitors and the tourist dollar, according to new figures released today by Tourism Research Australia
International education visitor snapshot We’ve recently updated our international education visitor snapshot, which has the latest data for the year ending June 2017. This snapshot provides an overvi...
The 2017 Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME) saw exhibitors engage with 275 Hosted Buyers with a combined buying power of $1.2 billion dollars
Sunshine Coast celebrates 50th anniversary with record domestic visitor numbers Queensland’s Sunshine Coast has celebrated its 50th anniversary by growing domestic visitor numbers by 4.9% in the la...
Business travel leads record year for Queensland tourism
The latest domestic statistics from Tourism Research Australia were released yesterday for the year ending March 2017, revealing that domestic overnight travellers are pumping $15.3 billion into the ...
The Sunshine Coast recorded its highest ever domestic visitor numbers, attracting 3,394,000 arrivals in 2016
The Fraser Coast attracted 16.1% more international visitors to the region in 2016
NSW continues to dominate the visitor economy attracting more than 50 per cent of all international visitors to Australia last year, contributing a record $9.5 billion to the State’s economy
The latest figures confirm that overnight spending reached a record $59 billion (up 6 per cent)
NSW continues to attract more overnight domestic visitors than any other state in Australia
Twelve percent jump in Aussie visitors tops off stellar year for Gold Coast Just weeks after record-breaking international visitor expenditure was announced, the Gold Coast’s tourism industry is now ...
The City welcomed 14.3% more international visitors in 2015-16 than the previous financial year
Americans and Kiwis fuel record growth, but backpackers decline as ‘backpacker tax’ impact bites