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​Tourism WA undertakes a number of strategic research projects. Please refer to the sections below for more information.

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Destination perceptions research 

Tourism WA commissioned research to find out how domestic consumers perceive key destinations in WA and how visitation to these areas could be ...

Consumer insights 

Consumer insight reports are based on the results of the Consumer Demand Project (CDP) 2017.

Drivers of repeat visitation 

A report on the drivers of repeat visitation in the domestic market, and opportunities to grow repeat visitation.

Cycle tourism 

In 2017 industry peak body WestCycle received a grant from Tourism WA to prepare a Cycle Tourism Strategy for Western Australia.

Perth Entertainment Precincts 

The Perth Entertainment Precincts report rates nine inner-city entertainment precincts.

Caravan and camping 

Caravan parks provide a range of accommodation types and other services to meet the needs of a wide cross section of visitors.

Visitor experience and expectations 

What do people think about their holidays in Western Australia? Did their WA holiday measure up to their expectations?

Food and wine tourism 

An estimated 1.1 million visitors having participated in food and wine activities while on holiday or on a day trip to WA in 2013.

Influence of WA visitor centres on tourist behaviour 

Research on the effectiveness of visitor centres in WA, their impact on visitor behaviour, and how their offering can be improved.

Understanding passenger expectations of regional airports 

As the capacity and infrastructure of regional airports in WA grows, it’s important to understand the needs and preferences of their users.

WA Aboriginal tourism snapshot 

Tourism WA has undertaken research to better understand visitor experiences in Western Australia.

Last Reviewed: 2018-05-02