About Tourism Research Australia
Tourism Research Australia (TRA) is a branch of the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism (RET) that provides statistics, research and analysis to support industry development, policy development and marketing for the Australian tourism industry.
Statement of professional independence
The recent appointment of the inaugural Chief Economist for Tourism was to reinforce the importance the Government attaches to the provision of sound economic advice to government and industry in support of the sustainable development of the tourism industry. In line with practice elsewhere in government (including RET's Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics, BREE), the statement of professional independence ratifies the manner in which TRA has been and continues to operate.
Statistical Enquiry Service
TRA provides a wide range of data for free download from this website. For more complex data requests contact the TRA Statistical Enquiry Service (fees may apply) at email@example.com.
Please note—Results for domestic overnight travel in Australia have been revised for the June quarter 2012. Consequently, the following publications have been updated and reissued:
- Travel by Australians: June 2012 Quarterly Results of the National Visitor Survey
- Travel by Australians: September 2012 Quarterly Results of the National Visitor Survey
Both reissued publications are now available in 2012 Publications.
The following publications is being reviewed and will be available shortly:
- Regional Tourism Profiles 2011–12
Tourism Research Australia apologises for any inconvenience caused.
|International Visitor Survey – March Quarter 2013||5 June 2013|
|National Visitor Survey—March Quarter 2013||12 June 2013|
For all enquiries contact TRA at firstname.lastname@example.org.