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Tourism visitor summary

For 2015/16, there were 296,329 international visitors nights in the City of Mandurah, accounting for 9.5% of the total visitor nights.

Tourism is an important part of the economy. Tourism Research Australia (TRA) run annual visitor surveys to measure the size and composition of the tourism market in each area, and this data is presented here. Tourism may include overseas visitors in the country for a holiday, business or education, Australian visitors staying overnight, or local day trippers visiting the area. These different types of tourists will utilize different services within the economy, so understanding the different tourism markets is important for Local Government and businesses.

Tourism Research Australia – Survey data

Visitor nights - Numbers
City of Mandurah - 2008/09 to 2015/16City of MandurahWestern Australia
YearInternational Visitor Nights Domestic Visitor Nights Domestic Daytrips International Visitor Nights Domestic Visitor Nights Domestic Daytrips
2015/16296,3291,118,8931,703,55727,664,93743,815,86619,373,075
2014/15363,0891,258,9101,795,35428,842,36337,127,12717,572,814
2013/14424,326927,8631,695,23227,405,38832,649,96515,391,818
2012/13550,395544,5031,535,21227,919,68429,598,11814,717,478
2011/12452,678762,1221,395,53925,703,95826,885,02414,154,159
2010/11336,858676,1631,244,50422,381,88624,758,30813,446,769
2009/10327,209678,9851,270,34321,768,48822,254,71712,342,787
2008/09231,209883,4701,561,01120,924,26725,956,84412,249,158

Source: Tourism Research Australia , Unpublished data from the National Visitor Survey and International Visitor Survey 2016.

Note: "--" represents unavailable data or data that has been suppressed due to a sample size of 40 or less.

Visitor nights - Percentage
City of Mandurah - 2008/09 to 2015/16City of MandurahWestern Australia
YearInternational Visitor Nights(%)Domestic Visitor Nights (%)Domestic Daytrips (%)International Visitor Nights (%)Domestic Visitor Nights (%)Domestic Daytrips (%)
2015/169.535.954.630.448.221.3
2014/1510.636.852.534.544.421.0
2013/1413.930.455.636.343.320.4
2012/1320.920.758.438.741.020.4
2011/1217.329.253.538.540.321.2
2010/1114.930.055.136.940.922.2
2009/1014.429.855.838.639.521.9
2008/098.633.058.335.443.920.7

Source: Tourism Research Australia , Unpublished data from the National Visitor Survey and International Visitor Survey 2016.

Note: "--" represents unavailable data or data that has been suppressed due to a sample size of 40 or less.

Breakup of visitor nights, 2015/16
Breakup of visitor nights, 2015/16 City of Mandurah, Domestic Daytrips: 54.6% City of Mandurah, Domestic Visitor Nights: 35.9% City of Mandurah, International Visitor Nights: 9.5% Western Australia, Domestic Daytrips: 21.3% Western Australia, Domestic Visitor Nights: 48.2% Western Australia, International Visitor Nights: 30.4%
Source: Tourism Research Australia, Unpublished data from the National Visitor Survey and International Visitor Survey 2016.
Time series - Tourism nights
Time series - Tourism nights Domestic Daytrips: 1,703,557 daytrips Domestic Visitor Nights: 1,118,893 nights International Visitor Nights: 296,329 nights Domestic Daytrips: 1,795,354 daytrips Domestic Visitor Nights: 1,258,910 nights International Visitor Nights: 363,089 nights Domestic Daytrips: 1,695,232 daytrips Domestic Visitor Nights: 927,863 nights International Visitor Nights: 424,326 nights Domestic Daytrips: 1,535,212 daytrips Domestic Visitor Nights: 544,503 nights International Visitor Nights: 550,395 nights Domestic Daytrips: 1,395,539 daytrips Domestic Visitor Nights: 762,122 nights International Visitor Nights: 452,678 nights Domestic Daytrips: 1,244,504 daytrips Domestic Visitor Nights: 676,163 nights International Visitor Nights: 336,858 nights Domestic Daytrips: 1,270,343 daytrips Domestic Visitor Nights: 678,985 nights International Visitor Nights: 327,209 nights Domestic Daytrips: 1,561,011 daytrips Domestic Visitor Nights: 883,470 nights International Visitor Nights: 231,209 nights
Source: Tourism Research Australia, Unpublished data from the National Visitor Survey and International Visitor Survey 2016.
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