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TOURISM WITHIN COMMUNITIES: the flow of visitor expenditure through economies and industries

By STCRC
TOURISM WITHIN COMMUNITIES: the flow of visitor expenditure through economies and industries
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This is a summary document of our recently published Tourism Satellite Accounts (TSAs) for each state and territory, written for tourism managers and employees and explaining TSA terminology and systems in a simplified form. STCRC's TSAs also provide a means for each of the states and territories to make comparisons between tourism and other industries and economic activities and to measure the contribution of tourism to the economy over time. This can assist in allocating tourism expenditure across a broad cross-section of tourism related areas such as transport, water infrastructure, hotel investment and built and natural attractions.
This is a summary document of our recently published Tourism Satellite Accounts (TSAs) for each state and territory, written for tourism managers and employees and explaining TSA terminology and systems in a simplified form. STCRC's TSAs also provide a means for each of the states and territories to make comparisons between tourism and other industries and economic activities and to measure the contribution of tourism to the economy over time. This can assist in allocating tourism expenditure across a broad cross-section of tourism related areas such as transport, water infrastructure, hotel investment and built and natural attractions. Reduce

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In 2009, spending by indigenous tourism visitors was valued at $7.2 billion, representing 12% of total visitor expenditure in Australia.