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1 Domestic overnight visitors within Australia Interstate 33,58, % Holiday 11,95,000 8.% Business 10,73, % VFR 10,452,000 2.% Domestic travel continues to break records Domestic overnight visitor expenditure in Australia Avg # Australians took a record 102.7m domestic overnight trips in 1 2 Expenditure stay the year ending September 2018, representing 7.0% growth 1 3 Total Australia 102,735, % year on year. All states except the NT saw record high levels of 5 Total Australia $70,21.0m 10.3% Holiday 41,7,000 8.% domestic visitation. Holiday $29,599.8m 8.4% 4 VFR 34,71,000.8% VFR $11,223.m 13.3% Subsequently domestic visitor expenditure surpassed $70bn for Business 22,572, % Business $12,78.2m 14.9% the first time, growing by 10.3% and reaching $70.3bn. WA and NT were the only states which did not reach record levels Intrastate 70,952,000.3% of domestic visitor spending. Visitor expenditure in both QLD Holiday 30,587, % and NSW grew above the national average reaching $17.bn in expenditure in Australia by VFR 24,575, % (+12.5%) and $20.4bn (+13.0%) respectively. purpose Business 12,041, % Travel for all reasons growing strong 14.9% The growth in domestic visitors was spread across all traveller segments. Business trips increased by 7.7% to a record 22.m visitors while expenditure continued its double digit growth (+14.9%) to reach a record $12.8bn. This growth reflects the strengthening Australian economy, with both mining and nonmining investment on the rise and the Australian dollar has remained relatively steady against the USD over the past three years (Source: ABS, Haver Analytics). 10.3% 8.4% 13.3% Total Holiday VFR Business Holiday visitation grew 8.% to a record 41.7m visitors, who spent a record $29.bn, up 8.4% year on year. Travel to visit friend and relatives (VFR) grew.8% year on year to a record 34.7m visitors. These visitors spent 8.1% more year on year per night on their trip, with overnight expenditure up 13.3% to a record $11.2bn. $80bn $0bn $40bn Domestic overnight expenditure within Australia $70.3bn Intrastate vs. interstate Australians took more trips, both interstate and intrastate, for all purposes of travel in the year ending September Interstate trips grew at a faster rate than intrastate trips (+8.0% vs. +.3%), driven by strong growth in interstate business travel (up 1.3%). $20bn $0bn Year ending September Page 1 /news-and-media/contacting-teq/enewsletters

2 Domestic overnight visitors in Queensland Intrastate 15,939,000 2.% Holiday,278, % VFR 5,427, % Business 3,349, % Interstate,855, % Holiday 2,88, % VFR 2,133, % Business 1,88, % Records continue for Queensland Domestic overnight visitor expenditure in Queensland Avg # Queensland set its twelfth straight year-ending-quarter expenditure record, stay with domestic overnight expenditure reaching a record $17.bn, up 12.5% Expenditure 5 Total Queensland 22,794, % year on year. This places the state's growth above the national average of Total Queensland $17,0.2m 12.5% Holiday 9,14, % %. Holiday $7,925.2m 13.9% VFR 7,51, % VFR $2,5.4m 15.5% Business 5,037, % This record spend came from a record 22.8m visitors to the State, up by Business $2,915.5m 12.4% 3.1% in the year ending September These visitors stayed in the state for a record 92.1m nights, that's 7.1% more nights than the same period a year ago. PICTURE Holiday and business travel drive growth Growth in holiday visitors drove Queensland's record number of total visitors, while expenditure growth was seen across all market segments. Holiday visitation had a strong comeback from Cyclone Debbie, increasing by 8.4% to a record 9.1m visitors, with expenditure growing by 13.9% to a record $7.9bn. This growth was mainly driven by Queenslanders holidaying in their home state, which grew 9.7% to a record.3m trips. Business expenditure grew by 12.4% to a record $2.9 bn despite the number of business visitors decreasing by 1.5% to 5.0m. The growth in expenditure reflects business travellers increasing their average length of stay by 0.7 nights to 3.9 nights per trip over the year ending September 2018, thanks to the Commonwealth Games and relief work after Cyclone Debbie. VFR expenditure also grew (by 15.5%) to a record of $2.7bn despite the number of visitors being stable at 7.m (+0.5%), as these visitors spent more per night (up 14.1%). Regional highs $20bn $15bn in expenditure in Queensland by purpose 12.5% 13.9% 15.5% 12.4% Total Holiday VFR Business Domestic overnight expenditure in Queensland $17.bn Eight of Queensland's tourism regions reached record levels of visitor expenditure in the year ending September 2018: Brisbane ($4.4bn), Gold Coast ($3.3bn), Sunshine Coast ($2.4bn), Southern Great Barrier Reef ($1.2bn), Townsville ($894.1m), Outback ($5.0m), Mackay ($48.0m) and Fraser Coast ($430.1m). These record levels of spend were accompanied by record high levels of visitation in five regions: Sunshine Coast (3.5m), Southern Great Barrier Reef (2.1m), Townsville (1.3m), Whitsundays (29,000) and Mackay (924,000). $10bn $5bn $0bn Year ending September Page 2 /news-and-media/contacting-teq/enewsletters

3 Domestic visitors by region Holiday visitors Brisbane Tropical North Queensland (TNQ) Intrastate visitation The Brisbane region continued to see strong growth in domestic TNQ welcomed 2.0m domestic overnight visitors in the year Holiday visitors overnight visitor expenditure, reaching a record $4.4bn up by 5.4% year on year. Since domestic visitation was steady (-0.1%) ending September 2018, representing growth of 14.9%. These visitors spent $2.3bn in the region (up 20.3%). The region s Total Queensland 22,794, % 9,14, % at 7.2m, the increase in expenditure was driven by an increase in strong expenditure performance was the result of visitation Total intrastate 15,939,000 2.% Brisbane 7,10, % 2,093, % visitor spend per night (up 3.5%) and a slight increase in growth combined with an 8.2% increase in spend per night. Brisbane 4,320, % Gold Coast 3,19, % 1,947, % average length of stay (up 0.1 nights). Visitation was boosted by Holidaymaker and VFR travel were the key driver of visitation Gold Coast 1,700, % Sunshine Coast 3,493, % 1,947,000.% the holiday market which saw 11.7% growth to a record 2.1m growth, up 15.7% to 1.1m and 23.2% to a record 471,000 Sunshine Coast 2,75, % 7 SQC 1,985, % 591, % visitors. Business travel declined by 1.7% year on year to 1.8m respectively. Business travel to the region also grew, up.9%. SQC 1,27, % 8 SGBR 2,10, % 7, % visitors. However, business travellers' average length of stay SGBR 1,797, % Townsville 1,330, % 448, % increased by 0.5 nights over the year, driving business nights up Sunshine Coast Townsville 1,01, % TNQ 9 2,040, % 1,058, % by 22.1% to a record 4.7m. Meanwhile, VFR travel declined TNQ 1,338, % slightly by 3.8% to 2.8m visitors. Domestic overnight expenditure in the Sunshine Coast region grew by 18.4% to a record $2.4bn in the year ending September Overall visitor numbers grew by 1.8% year on year to a 10 Gold Coast record 3.5m. The region saw.% growth in holiday travel, Fraser Coast 740, % 418, % Domestic overnight expenditure in the Gold Coast region grew welcoming 1.9m visitors and business travel increased by 5.5% Fraser Coast 584,000.8% Mackay 924, % 211, % 8.4% to a record $3.3bn in the year ending September to a record 27,000 visitors. However, VFR travel declined year Mackay 805, % Outback 84, % 32, % The region welcomed 3.m visitors, slightly fewer (down 2.1%) on year (-2.3%). Overall, the intrastate market grew 4.3% year Outback 50,000 0.% Whitsundays 29, % 402, % than a year ago. Business travel to the region grew strongly as on year to a record 2.7m visitors, driven by growth in holiday Whitsundays 405, % visitor numbers rose 17.2% to a record 497,000 and business travel (up 10.2%). The intrastate market accounts for 77% of Expenditure in Queensland regions nights were up 30.% to 1.m. This increase was driven by domestic overnight visitors to the Sunshine Coast. The interstate Interstate visitation interstate business visitors and may be related to preparations market declined 5.5% year on year to 818,000 visitors. The Spend per Expenditure Share visitor for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, as well as travel region's record overnight visitor expenditure was driven by Total Queensland $17,0.2m 12.5% 100% $772 during the games in April. However, the strong business growth 19.0% growth in visitor spend per night. The increase in spend Total interstate,855, % Brisbane $4,435.0m 5.4% 25.2% $19 was offset by declines in holiday and VFR travel, down by 2.8% might have been driven by an increase in accommodation Brisbane 2,840, % and 11.3% respectively. Strong commercial accommodation Gold Coast $3,20.1m 8.4% 18.5% $901 spending in the region. Average Daily Rate (ADR) for commercial Gold Coast 1,920, % performance may have helped the Gold Coast reach record levels Sunshine Coast $2,35.1m 18.4% 13.4% $77 accommodation was up by 4.1% in the year ending September Sunshine Coast 818, % of expenditure, with demand outstripping supply and average 2018 (Source: STR Global). SQC $782.9m 4.8% 4.4% $394 SQC 358, % daily rates up 5.8% in the year ending September 2018 (Source: SGBR $1,19.8m 17.3%.8% $58 SGBR 309, % STR Global). Whitsundays Townsville $894.1m 20.9% 5.1% $72 Townsville 28, % TNQ $2,320.4m 20.3% 13.2% $1,138 The Whitsundays region was the most impacted when Tropical TNQ 701, % Cyclone Debbie hit in late March A year and a half after the event, we see that visitation has surpassed levels seen prior Spend per to the cyclone and reached record levels. Domestic overnight Expenditure Share visitor visitation grew 10.4% to a record 29,000 visitors, while Fraser Coast $430.1m 15.3% 2.4% $582 Fraser Coast 15,000 2.% expenditure in the region grew 10.4% to $51.0m in the three Mackay $48.0m 10.1% 2.7% $507 Mackay 119, % years ending September Holiday visitation grew 14.3% to Outback $5.0m 8.7% 3.7% $759 Outback 214, % 402,000, and holiday nights were up 4.1%. While visitation was Whitsundays $51.0m 10.4% 3.7% $1,035 Whitsundays 225, % * STR Global surveys Queensland accommodation establishments with 10 or more rooms. STR Global's North Queensland region includes Cairns, Port Douglas and Palm Cove. up, visitors shortened their stay on average to 4.2 nights (down 5.1%). Intrastate visitation grew by 20.5% to 405,000 and interstate visitation increased by 5.3% to 225,000 visitors. Page 3 /news-and-media/contacting-teq/enewsletters

4 Domestic visitors by region Fraser Coast Intrastate visitation The Fraser Coast region welcomed 740,000 domestic overnight The SQC region welcomed 2.0m domestic overnight visitors in Holiday visitors in the year ending September Over the three years the year ending September 2018, which was stable year on year visitors ending September 2018, visitor numbers grew 5.8% with (-0.9%). These visitors spent $782.9m in the region, up 4.8% Total Queensland 22,794, % 9,14, % Total intrastate 15,939,000 2.% expenditure growing 15.3% over the same period to a record year on year. Visitation was stable due to declining holiday and Brisbane 7,10, % 2,093, % Brisbane 4,320, % $430.1m. The holiday market was the primary driver of growth, business visitation, with holiday visitation down 2.0% to 591,000, Gold Coast 3,19, % 1,947, % Gold Coast 1,700, % up by 7.8% to a record 418,000 over the three-year period. The and business visitors down 11.8% to 441,000. VFR visitation, on Sunshine Coast 3,493, % 1,947,000.% Sunshine Coast 2,75, % 7 VFR market was steady at 234,000 (+0.4%). Intrastate visitation the other hand, grew 2.9% to 789,000. Intrastate visitation SQC 1,985, % 591, % SQC 1,27, % 8 accounted for over three quarters (79%) of visitation to the increased slightly to 1.m (+2.0%) while interstate visitation was SGBR 2,10, % 7, % SGBR 1,797, % region and grew by.8% while the interstate market grew by down 11.9% to 358,000 visitors. Townsville 1,330, % 448, % Townsville 1,01, % 2.%. TNQ 9 2,040, % 1,058, % TNQ 1,338, % Mackay Holiday Townsville In the three years ending September 2018, domestic visitation to 10 visitors Mackay increased 2.4% to a record 924,000 visitors. These Domestic overnight visitation to the Townsville region grew Fraser Coast 740, % 418, % visitors stayed in the region for 4.2m nights, up by 12.4%. The Fraser Coast 584,000.8% strongly in the year ending September 2018 and appears to have Mackay 924, % 211, % strong growth in nights saw expenditure increase 10.1% to a Mackay 805, % had a particularly strong comeback after Cyclone Debbie cut off Outback 84, % 32, % record $48.0m. Business travel grew 2.7% to 45,000, with sections of the Bruce Highway between Mackay and Townsville Outback 50,000 0.% Whitsundays 29, % 402, % business travel accounting for half (50%) of domestic visitors to in March Visitation grew 27.3% to a record 1.3m, Whitsundays 405, % the region. Meanwhile, VFR and holiday visitation grew 1.5% and expenditure grew 20.9% to a record $894.1m and nights grew 1.8% respectively. Visitation growth in the three years ending Expenditure in Queensland regions 30.1% to 4.5m. All purposes of travel saw growth, with VFR trips September 2018 was driven by the intrastate market, up by Interstate visitation recording the strongest growth, up 58.7% to a record 405,000. Spend per 2.8%. The interstate market was steady (-0.2%). Expenditure Share visitor Holiday and Business visitation both grew, by 25.7% and by Total Queensland $17,0.2m 12.5% 100% $ % respectively. The intrastate market accounts for 80% of Total interstate,855, % Brisbane $4,435.0m 5.4% 25.2% $19 domestic visitors to the region and grew 2.5% to a record 1.1m Outback Brisbane 2,840, % Gold Coast $3,20.1m 8.4% 18.5% $901 visitors. The interstate market grew 30.2% to 28,000 visitors. Gold Coast 1,920, % Domestic overnight visitation to the Outback region grew by Sunshine Coast $2,35.1m 18.4% 13.4% $77 2.0% to 84,000 over the three years ending September Sunshine Coast 818, % SQC $782.9m 4.8% 4.4% $394 Southern Great Barrier Reef (SGBR) Average length of stay in the region grew by 9.5% boosting total SQC 358, % SGBR $1,19.8m 17.3%.8% $58 SGBR 309, % domestic nights in the region, up 11.% to a record 4.8m. This Townsville $894.1m 20.9% 5.1% $72 The SGBR region continued to see record levels of visitation and Townsville 28, % growth in length of stay helped to deliver expenditure growth of TNQ $2,320.4m 20.3% 13.2% $1,138 expenditure, welcoming a record 2.1m visitors, up by 10.2% in TNQ 701, % 8.7% to a record $5.0m over the same period. Holiday the year ending September These visitors spent a record visitation to the region grew 9.7% to a record 32,000 over the $1.2bn in the region, up 17.3% year on year. The biggest source Spend per three years ending September These holiday visitors spent of growth was the business market, which grew by 30.1% to a Expenditure Share visitor a record 1.7m nights in the region (up 14.%). Business travel record 30,000 visitors. Holiday travel also grew, up 14.0% to a Fraser Coast $430.1m 15.3% 2.4% $582 also saw growth, up 2.2% to 35,000. The intrastate market Fraser Coast 15,000 2.% record 7,000 visitors, while VFR travel declined slightly by - Mackay $48.0m 10.1% 2.7% $507 remained the largest source market, accounting for 75% of Mackay 119, % 1.4% to 551,000 visitors. Visitation growth was seen in both the Outback $5.0m 8.7% 3.7% $759 domestic trips to the region, generating 50,000 visitors, steady Outback 214, % intrastate and interstate markets. Intrastate visitation grew 8.1% Whitsundays $51.0m 10.4% 3.7% $1,035 (+0.%) in the three years ending September Interstate Whitsundays 225, % to a record 1.8m and interstate visitation grew by 25.0% to a record 309,000. As well as reflecting increased visitation, the increase in expenditure reflects an increase in average length of stay, up by 0.3 nights to 3.9 nights. Southern Queensland Country (SQC) visitors increased by 7.4% over the same period to reach a record 214,000. Page 4 /news-and-media/contacting-teq/enewsletters

5 Page 5 /news-and-media/contacting-teq/enewsletters State expenditure comparison Expenditure Share of expenditure Spend per visitor Total Australia $70,21.0m 10.3% 100% $84 Queensland $17,0.2m 12.5% 25.1% $772 New South Wales $20,420.8m 13.0% 29.1% $07 Victoria $14,573.m 9.8% 20.7% $575 Other States $15,112.4m 5.4% 21.5% $704 in visitor expenditure by state 10.3% 12.5% 13.0% 9.8% 7.2% 7.0% State visitation growth comparison, year ending September 9.7% % 7.% 10.%.8% State visitation comparison Change Avg stay # Total Australia 102,735, % Queensland 22,794, % New South Wales 33,33, % Victoria 25,3,000.8% Other States 24,130, % Total holiday 41,7,000 8.% Queensland 9,14, % New South Wales 13,358,000 8.% Victoria 11,03, % Other States 9,08, % Total VFR 34,71,000.8% Queensland 7,51, % New South Wales 11,4,000.9% Victoria 8,835, % Other States 7,227, % Total business 22,572, % Queensland 5,037, % New South Wales 7,159, % Victoria 4,43, % Other States,182,000.3% Australia Queensland New South Wales Victoria Data Source: The information included in this report refers to overnight visitor data extracted from the National Visitor Survey (NVS), managed by Tourism Research Australia (TRA) a federally-funded body based in Canberra. Approximately 120,000 Australian residents aged 15+ are surveyed annually using a telephone interview. The statistics included in this report depict rolling annual data and are updated each quarter. The use of rolling annual data removes seasonality from the data allowing the measurement of real growth and decline. For this publication, data has been adjusted to conform to Tourism and Events Queensland s (TEQ) tourism region definitions. In 2014, TRA moved to a new methodology for the NVS that included mobile phone interviewing as part of a dual frame overlap survey. This initiative was part of TRA s continuous improvement program. The inclusion of mobile phone users ultimately delivers greater domestic tourism data accuracy as it better reflects the Australian resident population and phone ownership. Please visit tra.gov.au for more information on the methodology, back-casting process and impact on results. Disclaimer: By using this information, you acknowledge that this information is provided by TEQ to you without any responsibility on behalf of TEQ. You agree to release and indemnify TEQ for any loss or damage that you may suffer as a result of your reliance on this information. TEQ does not represent or warrant that this information is correct, complete or suitable for the purpose for which you wish to use it. The information is provided to you on the basis that the you will use your own skill and judgement and make your own enquiries to independently evaluate, assess and verify the information s correctness, completeness and usefulness to you before you rely on the information. Notes: 1. refers to the percentage between the year covered by this snapshot compared to the year prior. 2. Avg stay = Average length of stay. 3. Total includes visitors classified as Other purpose. Total Australia includes visitors classified as 'Other/transit' i.e. not allocated to a state/territory. 4. VFR = Visiting friends or relatives. 5. Expenditure including airfares and long distance transport costs.. Expenditure excluding airfares and long distance transport costs. 7. SQC = Southern Queensland Country. Region is inclusive of the Toowoomba, South Burnett, Southern Downs and Western Downs regions. 8. SGBR = Southern Great Barrier Reef. Region is inclusive of Capricorn, Gladstone and Bundaberg. 9. TNQ = Tropical North Queensland. 10. Trend refers to the percentage between the three years to this year ended, compared to the three years to the prior year ending. n/p = Not publishable Strategic Research and Development Tourism and Events Queensland e. w. /research 3.1% Australia Queensland New South Wales Victoria

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