The role of Tourism Australia
Tourism Australia provides research services to the industry through consumer and market insights, plus tourism, aviation and economic analysis. We are responsible for identifying and understanding the needs and drives for consumer segments that give the greatest return on investment.
We also produce relevant and timely analytical research on inbound and domestic tourism markets, including analysing and communicating trends in global and domestic tourism and identifying new and high-yield markets.
The role of Tourism Research Australia
Tourism Research Australia provides superior research information that supports improved decision making, marketing and tourism industry performance for the Australian community.
Tourism Research Australia is now a branch of Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism. To view their full range of reports, covering international and domestic tourism, and research tailored to regional areas, please visit the Tourism Research Australia website.
The role of the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism
The Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism has primary responsibility for tourism policy and works closely with industry to identify and address impediments to growth and maximise yield. The Department also provides detailed reports and strategies on different issues that affect tourism in Australia.
Tourism is an important economic driver both globally and in Australia. The Tourism Division provides policy advice and programs to support a diverse and sustainable tourism industry.To find out more about the Department’s tourism policies and programs, please visit www.tourism.gov.au.