You'll find lots of information about Tourism Australia in the About Tourism Australia section. The Annual Report and the Corporate Plan are good places to find information about our campaigns, results, marketing budgets, tourism strategies, activities and staff.
Tourism industry facts and figures
You'll find information on Australia's key tourism markets and their tourism value to Australia, country by country in the Markets section.
Tourism facts and figures can be found in the Visitor Statistics and Reports sections.
Reports detailing visitor numbers and habits
- The Australian Bureau of Statistics release monthly visitor arrival reports, including visitor numbers by market.
- Tourism Forecast reports are produced by the Tourism Forecasting Committee.
- The International Visitor Survey is the most comprehensive source of information on international visitors to Australia.
- The National Visitor Survey is the major source of information on the characteristics and travel patterns of domestic tourists within Australia.
Austrade has primary responsibility for tourism policy and works closely with industry to identify and address impediments to growth and maximise yield. Austrade also provides detailed reports and strategies on different issues that affect tourism in Australia.
Brochures, posters, images and videos
In an effort to be sustainable, Tourism Australia no longer have brochures or posters available for general distribution. All travel information is now available online at Australia.com.
To access images or video footage of Australia, visit Tourism Australia's Image Gallery. Please note, you will need to register in order to download images and videos.
Information about Australia
- For general travel information and advice on planning your Aussie holiday, visit Australia.com.
- Find your nearest Aussie Specialist travel agent.
- For facts and figures about Australia, visit Australia.gov.au.
- For visa requirements and forms, visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
General information about Australia
There are many websites that also provide resources for students and teachers to help them explore Australia, its people, its culture and its environment.
- The Department of the Environment provides student and teacher resources on topics such as biodiversity, heritage sites and how students can get involved in initiatives that have a positive impact on our environment.
- The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations provides student and teacher resources on Australian civics and citizenship.
- The Department of Immigration and Border Protection is the place to find information about visas, immigration and living in Australia.
- The Australian Parliament House provides resources for students and teachers on Australia's system of governance.
- The Australian Bureau of Statistics has a range of information about Australia including demographics, employment, industry and climate.
- The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) provides information for areas in export and international business while also providing a large range of market intelligence data.
Australia also has a range of world class institutions including museums, libraries and galleries which produce information for students and teachers. A selection of sites is listed below.
- National Museum of Australia
- National Gallery of Australia
- National Library of Australia
- Powerhouse Museum
- Australian War Memorial
- Questacon - Australia's National Science and Technology Centre
- Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
Information about studying in Australia
If you are interested in information about studying in Australia, please refer to the official Study in Australia website.
For information about studying in Australia as a student with disabilities, please refer here.
Students and Graduates Program
Students wishing to take part in Tourism Australia's Students and Graduates Program must be:
- Australian residents; and
- Enrolled in an Australian university, and in second or third year of their relevant degree, or with a degree qualification from an Australian university. Find out more.
Who's who in the tourism industry?
See our Who's Who in the Tourism Industry page for an overview of the Australian tourism industry and a list of contacts.