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Tourism Research Australia - Tourism Expenditure (Tourism Regions) 2006-2015

This dataset presents the total tourism expenditure spent by tourists in Tourism Regions around Australia for the years 2006/07 to 2014/15. The Tourism Regions covered in the data are from the 2014 release of the Tourism Regions from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Tourism Research Australia's (TRA) Tourism Region Profiles provide comprehensive supply and demand tourism data for all of Australia's 2014 tourism regions. The data includes:

  • Total tourism expenditure

  • Overnight visitors

  • Visitor/population ratio

  • Accommodation (rooms, occupancy and RevPAR)

  • Aviation (seats available and seat utilisation)

  • Tourism businesses

  • Tourism investment (projects and value) For more information please visit the Website of the TRA.

Please note:

  • AURIN has spatially enabled the original data.

  • Where data values were, "np", not published or "-", not available, in the original data, they have been set to null.

Data and Resources

Additional Info

Field Value
Source https://adp.aurin.org.au/geoserver/wfs
Last Updated June 28, 2022, 04:13 (UTC)
Created June 28, 2022, 04:13 (UTC)
ADP ID datasource-TRA-UoM_AURIN_DB:tra_expenditure_supply_2006_2015
Access Level Open Access
Aggregation Level NA
Attribute List Expenditure (000) 2006-07, Expenditure (000) 2007-08, Expenditure (000) 2008-09, Expenditure (000) 2009-10, Expenditure (000) 2010-11, Expenditure (000) 2011-12, Expenditure (000) 2012-13, Expenditure (000) 2013-14, Expenditure (000) 2014-15, Geometry, Rank, State, Tourism Region, Tourism Region Code
Attribution Website of Tourism Research Australia, (2017): Tourism Research Australia - Tourism Expenditure (Tourism Regions) 2006-2015; accessed from AURIN on [date of access].
Coordinate Ref. System EPSG:4283 (GDA_1994)
Copyright Notice © Tourism Research Australia 2018
Geometry Field wkb_geometry
Key tr_code14
Type dataset
spatial {"type": "Polygon", "coordinates": [[[96.81, -43.75], [159.11, -43.75], [159.11, -9.14], [96.81, -9.14], [96.81, -43.75]]]}