Tourism and Events Information for Victoria’s tourism industry

International research

Discover the latest International Visitor Survey results for Victoria by spend, visitors and nights.

Key international statistics

The latest Tourism Research Australia International Visitor Survey data for the year ending March 2024 (released 26 June 2024).


  • $7.8 billion in international overnight spend.
  • international overnight spend has returned to 91% of the year ending March 2019 result.


  • 2.4 million international overnight visitors.
  • international overnight visitors were back to 78% of the year ending March 2019 result.

Next International Visitor Survey release will be 25 September 2024 (to be confirmed).

Find out more at Tourism Research Australia.

International tourism data

Explore tourism data for Victoria and key visitor markets of origin. View by time period and filter by spend, visitors and nights.

International data dashboard

Explore tourism data for Victoria and key visitor markets of origin.

Find out more about how to use tourism data.

International market data

Explore Victoria’s top 20 international markets. View historical data, as well as insights on purpose and share by stopover.

International market dashboard

Explore the top 20 international markets to Victoria ranked on spend.

Overseas arrivals and departures data

Monthly international data is collected on persons arriving in and departing from Australia. This includes usual place of residence, main state of stay and purpose of visit.

Overseas arrivals and departures dashboard

Explore monthly overseas arrivals and departures data for Victoria.

Other international research

Tourism Australia produces a range of information on international visitation research and market intelligence including market segmentation studies, visitor profiles and aviation information.

For further information please email

Page last updated: 28 Jun 2024
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