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A range of information, research and statistics on WA's tourism industry is also publicly available from other sources.

Tourism Research Australia

The Tourism Research Australia website contains information on all states and territories, as well as visitors travelling to Australia. 

In addition, Tourism Research Australia provides a Statistical Enquiry Service for a more in-depth look at the International and National Visitor Survey statistics.  A small fee may apply.

Tel: +61 2 6243 7745

Tourism Australia

Consumer insights, trends and news collated by Tourism Australia are published on its corporate website.

STR Australian Accommodation Monitor

STR manages Australia’s accommodation data collection, called the Australian Accommodation Monitor (AAM). The data covers hotels, motels, and serviced apartments with 10 or more rooms, as well as holiday parks with 10 or more cabins. Accommodation providers that meet this criteria can join the AAM for free; providing their data (anonymously) to receive free reports detailing their property’s performance against the local market. Other tourism industry stakeholders can purchase AAM data specific to their region of interest directly from STR.

Australian Bureau of Statistics

The Australian Bureau of Statistics website contains statistics from the Survey of Tourist Accommodation (STA), covering accommodation occupancy and revenue data for tourism regions across Australia up until the 2015-16 financial year, when the STA was discontinued.

Tourism Council Western Australia

Tourism Council WA produces a quarterly publication, ‘Tourism Pulse’ consolidating a range of tourism data and providing unique insights tourism business activity and sentiment. The ‘Tourism Pulse’ report is available exclusively to Tourism Council WA members.

Tourism and Transport Forum

The Tourism and Transport Forum regularly conducts research and reviews of official data sources and forecasts (such as the IVS and NVS, Tourism Forecasting Committee forecasts and State budgets in relation to tourism spend).

Last Reviewed: 2021-01-27