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Greater Burnie Economic Region

Visitors and nights

In the 5 years up to 2018/19, there were an average of 15,945 international visitors to Greater Burnie Economic Region. Average length stay for international visitors was 7.9 days, lower than the average for Greater Hobart.

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

International visitors
Greater Burnie Economic Region - 2010/11 to 2018/19Greater Burnie Economic RegionGreater HobartGreater Burnie Economic Region as a % of Greater Hobart
YearVisitorsVisitor nights % change from previous yearAverage length of stay (days) VisitorsVisitor nights% change from previous yearAverage length of stay (days)VisitorsVisitor nights
5 year average15,945111,742--7.9215,0282,125,763--

Source: Tourism Research Australia , Unpublished data from the International Visitor Survey 2018/19.

Note: "--" represents unavailable data or data that has been suppressed due to a sample size of 40 or less. Suppressed figures are still used in the 5 year average calculations.

International visitors
International visitors 2018/19, Greater Burnie Economic Region: 20,414 people 2017/18, Greater Burnie Economic Region: 20,946 people 2016/17, Greater Burnie Economic Region: 16,531 people 2015/16, Greater Burnie Economic Region: 12,693 people 2014/15, Greater Burnie Economic Region: 9,140 people 2012/13, Greater Burnie Economic Region: 8,102 people 2011/12, Greater Burnie Economic Region: 10,357 people 2010/11, Greater Burnie Economic Region: 7,862 people
Source: Tourism Research Australia, Unpublished data from the International Visitor Survey 2018/19.