A report card on the Australian tourism industry 2020-21
Australia’s tourism industry has grappled with the impacts of COVID-19 for more than 18 months. Tourism Research Australia has released its latest data on the tourism industry. The data gives insights into how the industry responded to these challenges during 2020–21. Read more for the five features that defined tourism in 2020-21.
NVS results for year ending June 2021 now available
As at the year ending June 2021, total domestic overnight visitor expenditure decreased by 21 per cent to $61.3 billion compared to $77.5 billion for the same period in 2019. The National Visitor Survey (NVS) results provide statistics on how Australian residents travel within Australia. The report also contains information on the factors influencing travel within Australia and charts the changes compared over various timeframes impacted by bushfires and COVID-19.
Latest National Visitor Survey results released for July 2021
Tourism Research Australia has released the snapshot for the month of July 2021.
It provides statistics on how Australian residents travelled in your state or territory and nationally during this period. July 2021 saw a deterioration in results after months of gradual recovery in domestic travel earlier in the year. This was due to a rise in COVID-19 Delta variant clusters, resulting in widespread lockdowns and border restrictions expanding across the country.