3203THS Tourism and Hospitality Economic Analysis

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3203THS Tourism and Hospitality Economic Analysis

The international number of tourists continues to increase from previous years. In terms of numbers, the number of visitors has increased from 8,135,096 visitors in 2017 to 8,523,540 visitors in 2018. This could have been contributed by increased business and decrease in air fairs. The total visit nights increased from 263,796,892 to 273,793,318 nights which means most tourist stayed for long. The average stay remained the same at 32.0 from 2017 to 2018 and decreased from a peak of 37.0 in 2012. The total spending increased from $27,982,397 in 2017 to $30,234,323 in 2018 which could be due to low cost of goods and services.

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3203THS Tourism and Hospitality Economic Analysis

Week Seven Workshop Questions – 3203THS Tourism and Hospitality Economic Analysis
Student Name: Student number:
Please put your surname in CAPITAL letters.
Q1. Referring to the September 2018 International and National Visitor Survey Reports provided,
write 500 words summarising recent trends in international and domestic tourism in Australia.

Some issues you should discuss in your summary include the following:
International Visitors
 How has international tourism changed since the previous year (number of visitors, visitor
expenditure and visitor nights)?
 What were the most important international source markets in term of visitors and
expenditure?
 How much do international tourists spend and what do they buy?
 What type of activities do international tourists partake in?
 Where do international visitors travel to the most/least?
 Provide your own explanations for these trends.
https://www.tra.gov.au/international
Domestic Visitors
 How has domestic tourism changed since the previous year (number of nights, number of
overnight trips and overnight spend)?
 What are the main reasons/purpose for people taking a domestic trip?
 What kinds of accommodation are used during the trips?
 How much do domestic tourists spend and what do they buy?
 Provide your own explanations for these trends.
https://www.tra.gov.au/domestic
Conclude with what is the total expenditure of tourists in Australia including international, domestic
overnight and daytrip tourists?

Additional Notes:
– Other than the International and National Visitor Survey Reports provided, you will need to
refer to other information/data/charts available on www.tra.gov.au for your summary.
– Please remember to paraphrase into your own words and do not just copy and paste the
words from the reports.
– Please write in sentences and paragraphs, not just dot points.
– Please also use the draft submission point provided to check for any matching text before
you submit.
– You may include graphs from the reports you access but must refer to them in the text.
Graphs are not included in the word count.
– On this occasion you do not need to provide references as we know where the information
comes from. You are also not required to reference any other source for this exercise.

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3203THS Tourism and Hospitality Economic Analysis

The international number of tourists continues to increase from previous years. In terms of numbers, the number of visitors has increased from 8,135,096 visitors in 2017 to 8,523,540 visitors in 2018. This could have been contributed by increased business and decrease in air fairs. The total visit nights increased from 263,796,892 to 273,793,318 nights which means most tourist stayed for long. The average stay remained the same at 32.0 from 2017 to 2018 and decreased from a peak of 37.0 in 2012. The total spending increased from $27,982,397 in 2017 to $30,234,323 in 2018 which could be due to low cost of goods and services……..

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