Useful links

If you are unable to find the information you are seeking on this site, the following are links to other organisations that may be able to help you.

Australian Bureau of Statistics

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The Australian Bureau of Statistics provides statistics on all industries. The core tourism publications and products produced by the ABS are as follows:

  • Survey of Tourist Accommodation
  • Overseas Arrivals and Departures
  • Australian National Accounts: Tourism Satellite Account

National Capital Educational Tourism Project

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The National Capital Educational Tourism Project (NCETP) is a joint initiative of the ACT Government and the National Capital Attractions Association (the body representing all 35 National Capital Attractions) to promote the National Capital as the leading educational tourism destination in Australia.  The goals of the NCETP are to increase educational visits by Australian school to the National Capital and to foster an awareness of national identity by promoting the educational opportunities available in the Region.

Tourism Australia

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Tourism Australia markets Australia internationally as a tourist destination. Research is conducted in major markets to assist in planning marketing strategies.

  • Visitor Arrivals
  • Research reports including country specific market intelligence, tourism industry research and trade show evaluations and traveller type segment research
  • Market profiles
  • International visitor profiles

Tourism Research Australia

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Tourism Research Australia’s (previously Bureau of Tourism Research) core activities centre around the conduct of two major travel surveys and its analytical and forecasting work.  A fact sheet explaining the National Visitor Survey and International Visitor Survey can be found in the ‘Latest Results’ section.

Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre

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The Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre online bookshop holds research resources covering sustainability in travel and tourism in Australia. Publications are available as downloadable files or paperbacks covering major categories including destination management, wildlife tourism, environmental systems, protected area management and technology.