Tourism and Events Information for Victoria’s tourism industry

Other research

Explore research related to Victorian tourism including Aboriginal tourism, accessible tourism and cycle tourism.

Aboriginal tourism in Victoria

This report uses International and National Visitor Survey data about visitors to Victoria who participated in Aboriginal activities.

This report includes:

  • estimates of visitor numbers, nights and spend
  • participation rates
  • types of activities undertaken
  • high-level profiles of international and domestic visitors.

Accessible tourism

Tourism Research Australia have produced a report on the domestic accessible tourism market using data from the National Visitor Survey from the June quarter 2023.

This includes:

  • size of the market
  • spending profile
  • reasons for travel and activities
  • accommodation and travel party types.

For more information visit Tourism Research Australia.

Cycle tourism

Research was undertaken into the motivators and barriers of cycling tourism in Australia and its potential for growth in Victoria.

The 2015 report includes key information on:

  • engagement in cycling tourism
  • market dynamics of cycling tourism
  • awareness and knowledge of cycling tourism
  • Victoria’s position as a cycling tourism destination.

For a copy of this report please contact

Other reports

We also have more analyses available using data from the International and National Visitor Surveys published by Tourism Research Australia.

Reports currently available

  • Visitor Information Centres (year ending December 2019)
  • Share accommodation factsheet (year ending June 2019)
  • Sporting and Cultural Event Visitors to Victoria (year ending December 2018)
  • Ride-sharing factsheet (year ending June 2018)

For further information please contact the

Page last updated: 27 May 2024
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