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Updates

Tourism Research Australia has transitioned NVS sampling to 100% mobile phone interviews (from 50% mobile phone/50% landline) to reflect current phone usage trends. The change in methodology has seen a break in series, so please use caution when comparing 2019 results with previous time periods.

Note that 2017 and 2018 estimates have been revised to align with the latest release of ABS population projections and will differ slightly from previously published estimates.

For further information, see NVS Methodology or IVS Methodology on Tourism Research Australia's website.


Fast Facts

Fast Facts provide the latest estimates of visitor numbers, nights, and spend in WA. They also look at purpose of visit, origin of visitors, and regional dispersal based on TRA's International and National Visitor Survey results. Data is broken down into the key visitor markets - international, interstate, intrastate, and daytrip visitors.

Download the latest Domestic Visitation Fast Facts - Year Ending March 2019

Download the latest International Visitation Fast Facts - Year Ending March 2019 

Download the latest Overview of Visitation to Western Australia - Year Ending March 2019 

Next release: 
International Fast Facts for Year Ending June 2019 is due for release  in October 2019. 

Domestic Fast Facts for Year Ending June 2019 is due for release  in October 2019. 


Western Australian Tourism Industry Scorecard
The scorecard provides an overview of the most recent performance of tourism in WA – trends in both supply and demand (e.g. visitors and spend).


FAQs

Where can I find information about visitors to my region/area/city? 
How can I find out which Statistical Area I’m in?
I can’t find the visitor statistics I’m after on this website. What should I do?
The research, reports and presentations published on this website contain the most recent publicly available tourism statistics and research for the State. If the information you’re after is not available on this website, try our useful links page to read about and access other sources that may be helpful.

Last Reviewed: 2019-07-16