Tourism provides employment to 6.2% of the Dubbo workforce while generating $194.696 million (4%) in output for the City and $95.641 million (3.9%) in value-added.
Tourism Research Australia provides quarterly summaries of domestic and international travel data and tourism statistics for Dubbo.
|Year ending Mar 17||One year % change||Five year % change|
|Domestic night stay||1,084,000||-3%||11%|
|International visitor nights||134,000||-64%||-31%|
|Current average domestic night stay||2.3 nights|
|Current average domestic night spend per night||$127.50|
|Current average international night stay||13.4 nights|
|Current average international night spend per night||$56.41|
|Tourism Output||The Tourism sector contributes $194.696 M (4%) of total output of the City.|
|Employment from Tourism||The Tourism sector contributes 1059 jobs (6.2%) to total employment in the City.|
|Tourism wages and salaries||The Tourism sector contributes $51.557 M (3.9%) of wages and salaries in the City.|
|Value added to Dubbo economy||The Tourism sector contributes $95.641 M (3.9%) total value-add to the City's economy.|
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