This section provides the latest domestic and international visitor statistics reports for New South Wales tourism regions. Click on the map above to access region specific reports.
Notes on the National Visitor Survey (NVS) and International Visitor Survey (IVS) data
Tourism Research Australia (TRA) updated the NVS survey methodology with the introduction of 100% mobile phone interviewing from 2019. International visitor statistics are sourced from TRA’s IVS. Recent changes to overseas arrival data has led TRA to revise IVS estimates in the year ended December 2018 data release. The revisions focus on purpose-of-visit estimates, with minimal change to visitor, nights and spend estimates. Care should be taken when comparing current NVS and IVS data with previously published data.
Travel to Regional NSW Snapshot Mar 2023 (PDF 949 kb)
Provides detailed domestic and international tourism data for regional NSW.
Travel to Regional NSW Time Series June 2023 (PDF 333 kb)
Provides domestic overnight and daytrip tourism trend data
NSW Regional Conferencing Research Infographic 2018 - 2019 (PDF 836 kb)
Provides the DNSW regional conference grant recipient event statistics and the benefits of regional conferencing in NSW.
Travel to Regional NSW Snapshot Dec 2022 (PDF 949 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Snapshot Sept 2022 (PDF 362 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Snapshot March 2022 (PDF 362 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Snapshot December 2021 (PDF 1 MB)
Travel to Regional NSW Snapshot September 2021 (PDF 274 KB)
Travel to Regional NSW Snapshot June 2021 (PDF 361 KB)
Travel to Regional NSW Time Series Mar 2023 (PDF 298 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Time Series Dec 2022 (PDF 298 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Time Series September 2022 (PDF 237 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Time Series March 2022 (PDF 302 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Time Series December 2021 (PDF 227 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Time Series September 2021 (PDF 303 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Time Series June 2021 (PDF 300 kb)
Travel to Regional NSW Time Series March 2021 (PDF 330 kb)
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