Tourism recovering at slower rate in Qld than in rest of Australia

Queensland’s tourism industry is recovering at a slower rate than that of the rest of Australia, as shown in these charts from Tourism Queensland’s new International Tourism Snapshot:

Australia

 

Qld

 

Pete Faulkner at Conus Economics Blog has some insightful analysis of the Tourism Research Australia September quarter data underlying Tourism Queensland’s Snapshot (International Visitor Survey), concluding:

As has been the case previously, much of the blame for QLD’s underperformance relative to the national average growth can be laid at the door of TNQ.

I’ve previously commented on Queensland’s recent tourism performance, observing we need to look closely at Victoria’s tourism promotion efforts:

Qld should look to Victoria for tips on tourism promotion

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One Response to Tourism recovering at slower rate in Qld than in rest of Australia

  1. Pingback: Gold Coast holiday bookings confirm domestic tourism recovery | Queensland Economy Watch

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