New tourism figures released today show a total 12 million domestic visitors converged on the nation's premier holiday hotspot
Domestic and international visitors have made their choice and reaffirmed NSW as Australia’s premier tourism state
New South Wales has continued its reign as Australia’s leading tourism State
NSW has achieved its highest annual growth in the past five years for domestic visitors, nights and expenditure, according to new figures released this week by Tourism Research Australia
Business travel leads record year for Queensland tourism
The Sunshine Coast recorded its highest ever domestic visitor numbers, attracting 3,394,000 arrivals in 2016
New hotel and new airline agreements to boost Sunshine Coast figures even further in 2016-17
Australians are strongly returning to the great ‘Aussie’ holiday - the caravan and camping getaway - spending a massive 15.7 m visitor nights caravan and camping in NSW
The Gold Coast welcomed 337,000 more domestic overnight visitors and 1.1 million more day-trippers in the year ending 31 March 2016 - signalling a return of the Australian holiday market for the city
The Sunshine Coast attracted three million domestic visitors in the year to March 2016, the highest figure for the region since March 2008, according to the latest National Visitor Survey (NVS) figur...
Figures released this week reveal in 2015 the Gold Coast welcomed 225,000 more Australian visitors, showing the Gold Coast is riding a new wave of tourism success.
Tourism continues to be one of the great success stories of the Australian economy with the latest figures setting new domestic travel records in spending.
Tourism Research Australia’s National Visitor Survey reports a record high on domestic overnight tourism spend.
Sunshine Coast has reported the largest increase in visitation numbers for southern Queensland.
NSW continues to draw the largest amount of domestic visitors, according to the latest National Visitor Survey.