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ending September 2017. These visitors injected $41.2 billion into the Australian economy. Total international aviation capacity to Australia grew by 6 per cent.
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International Tourism Snapshot as at 30 September 2017

UNITED KINGDOM

We welcomed 8.7 million international visitors as at year ending September 2017. These visitors injected $41.2 billion into the Australian economy. Total international aviation capacity to Australia grew by 6 per cent.

CHINA

GERMANY

SOUTH KOREA

719,900  +2%

207,600  +8%

1,325,500  +12%

292,300  +7%

$3.5bn  - 6%

$1.2bn  -3%

$10.3bn  +13%

$1.5bn  -7%

21fpw

138fpw

18fpw

- 1%**

+26% 

+4% 

Total international arrivals to Australia JAPAN

+7% 2017

433,200  +8% $1.8bn  +9%

8.7 million

57fpw +11%

2016

8.1 million HONG KONG

Total international visitor spend

271,900  +13%

+6%

$1.4bn  +13% 109fpw

2017

$41.2 billion

+6%

INDONESIA

2016

195,400 +16%

$38.8 billion

$0.7bn  -5%

Total international aviation capacity* (inbound seats)

170fpw

+6%

-9% 

CANADA

2017

2016

25.6 million

24.1 million

Size of circle represents relative size of visitor spend in Australia as at YE September 2017

Visitor arrivals

FRANCE

USA

ITALY

INDIA

SINGAPORE

MALAYSIA

NEW ZEALAND

163,100  +12%

766,100  +10%

129,100  +1%

76,300  +1%

290,400  +15%

433,600  +1%

400,800  +6%

1,347,600  +1%

$0.7bn  -12%

$3.7bn  0%

$0.7bn  +7%

$0.5bn  +4%

$1.4bn  +26%

$1.5bn  +2%

$1.4bn  +11%

$2.6bn  -3%

14fpw

110fpw

7fpw

242fpw

102fpw

435fpw

+47%**

-3 %

-1% 

+6% 

+5% 

+6%

Visitor spend

Flights per week (fpw)

Inbound seats

Notes: Percentage figures are year on year change. bn = billion. fpw = flights per week (inbound). * Aviation data are for international scheduled direct flights to Australia with “same flight number” originating from respective source markets. ** Year on year change of number of seats.

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Overseas Arrivals and Departures, September 2017. Tourism Research Australia, International Visitor Survey, September 2017. Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, September 2017.