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Indonesia market profile

Want to know more about Indonesian visitors that holiday in WA? To help, we have produced a fact sheet  based on  Tourism Research Australia's International Visitor Survey. The fact sheet provides the latest estimates on how many people visit WA from Indonesia, how long they stay, how much they spend, who they are, what they like to do when they get here, where they like to go as well as planning and booking insights.

Download the latest Indonesia market profile 2018-19 (PDF 108KB).

Please note: Tourism Research Australia continuously seeks to improve the International Visitor Survey (IVS). Sometimes historical estimates may be revised and/or the methodology may change, leading to a break in time series. Please consider this when using this fact sheet. Find out more on our website. 

Indonesia target audience 

At Tourism WA, we focus our marketing activities on targeting 'High Value Travellers' from Indonesia. These are people who don't mind long haul travel, are considering a holiday to WA, enjoy nature, wildlife, aquatic, coastal and food and wine experiences, and have an above average spend. 

You can find out more by downloading the Indonesia High Value Travellers summary (PDF 1.3MB).

Key distribution partners

We work with many travel distributors such as airlines, wholesalers, retail travel chains, inbound tour operators and online tourism agents who can sell a wide range of West Australian tourism products to generate bookings.

Indonesia market update 

We have international market managers located all around the world whose job is to help us promote WA in their markets. Our Indonesia market manager has produced a video to provide you with  insights into our market objectives, plans, current market climate and tips on how to better engage with Indonesian visitors.

More information

For more information about the Indonesian market contact: 

Rei Seah
Eastern Hemisphere Market Manager
Phone: +61 8 9262 1832 
Email: rei.seah@westernaustralia.com


Last Reviewed: 2021-04-14