- Visits to Australian tourist attractions declined marginally in 2012, the second consecutive year that the category recorded negative growth. However, the marginal decline recorded in 2012 was still an improvement on the 2% decline recorded in the number of visits to tourist attractions in 2012, a decline which was largely due to the negative influence of the devastating floods which struck Queensland early in the year. With Queensland being overrepresented in terms of tourist attractions as it plays host to both the Great Barrier Reef and the numerous theme parks of the Gold Coast, the advent of a major natural disaster at the peak of the summer holiday season was a severe blow to tourist attractions in Australia overall during 2012. With no major natural disasters compromising demand for tourist attractions in 2012, the category performed slightly better than in 2011.
- The number of visits to tourist attractions in Australia is set to increase at a CAGR of 1% over the forecast period. Some individual tourist attractions categories such as art galleries, museums and zoos/aquariums, however, are set to experience far stronger growth rates. The numbers of visits to art galleries and zoos/aquariums, for instance, are each expected to increase at a CAGR of 5% over the forecast period, while the number of visits to museums is set to increase at a CAGR of 4%. Overall growth in the number of visits to Australia’s tourist attractions over the forecast period is set to be dragged down by the negative growth expected in national parks/areas of natural beauty. The vast distances involved in travelling between Australia’s population centres and the majority of national parks/areas of natural beauty is set to combine with the increasingly hectic and time-constrained lifestyles being led by rising numbers of Australian people to result in declining public interest in national parks/areas of natural beauty generally over the forecast period.
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Table of Contents
Tourist Attractions in Australia - Category Analysis
- Table 1 Tourist Attractions Sales by Category: Value 2007-2012
- Table 2 Tourist Attractions Visitors by Category 2007-2012
- Table 3 Tourist Attractions Sales by Channel: Value 2007-2012
- Table 4 Leading Tourist Attractions by Visitors 2007-2012
- Table 5 Forecast Tourist Attractions Sales by Category: Value 2012-2017
- Table 6 Forecast Tourist Attractions Visitors by Category 2012-2017
- Table 7 Forecast Tourist Attractions Sales by Channel: Value 2012-2017
Travel and Tourism in Australia - Industry Context
The Chinese wave
Outbound goes online
Getting back to business
Baby (boomers), let’s cruise!
60% Virgin buyout brings Tiger back on the prowl
KEY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS
There’s nothing like a good national travel and tourism strategy
The taxing of travel and tourism
Online travel retailing: is it ready to go outbound?
The Sydney Saga Continues
Go west – the FIFO factor
What does China really want?
- Summary 1 Australia: SWOT
- Table 8 Leave Entitlement: Volume 2007-2012
- Table 9 Holiday Takers by Age: % Breakdown 2007-2012
- Table 10 Seasonality of Trips 2007-2012
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
- Table 11 Balance of Tourism Payments: Value 2007-2012
- Summary 2 Research Sources