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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.

Destination NSW has developed a Dubbo Visitor Profile and a Tourist Accommodation Profile for Dubbo.

Tourism Research Australia provides quarterly summaries of domestic and international travel data and tourism statistics for Dubbo.

 

Current data - year ending Mar 2016

 

Visitor Numbers

 
Total visitors to Dubbo
  Year ending Mar 2016 One year % change Five year % change
Domestic Day Trips 498,000 - 10% 62%
Domestic Overnight trips 499,000 - 05% 11%
International 10,000 11% 11%
Total 1,007,000 - 07% 31%

Total nights stayed in Dubbo
       
Year ending Mar 2016 One year % change Five year % change
Domestic night stay 1,023,000 - 07% 2%
International visitor nights 372,000  61% 77%*
Total nights 1,395,000

       

                 

Average domestic and international stay and spend.

(Spend based on Central NSW Tourism Research Profile)

   
Current average domestic night stay  2.1 nights
Current average domestic night spend per night  $152
Current average international night stay  37.2 nights 
Current average international night spend per night          $48 

 

              

Contribution to the City's economy

 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.
 

* Please note, Tourism Research Australia has undergone an audit on their survey methodology and as a result made some changes to provide a more accurate level of data on tourism. This change in surveying group has resulted in significant increases of recorded visitation, once the complete 2015 data has been collected comparisons from year to year will be more reliable. For more information on the change in methodology and how it has affected the data set please click here.
Comparisons for International data have not been affected as the methodology for this data has not changed. It should be noted that international visitation does include Visa, and sponsored workers in region as well as traditional overseas tourists.

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Tourism Research Australia 2015 (unpublished data).

Copies may not be made for a commercial purpose, that is, for sale, without the permission of Tourism Research Australia (representing the Commonwealth). The information in this data is presented in good faith and on the basis that neither the Commonwealth, nor its agents or employees, are liable (whether by reason of error, omission, negligence, lack of care or otherwise) to any person for any damage or loss whatsoever which has occurred or may occur in relation to that person taking or not taking (as the case may be) action in respect of any statement, information or advice given in this publication.

Data derived from Tourism Research Australia surveys are subject to sample error. Users of the data are advised to consult the sample error tables contained in Tourism Research Australia publications or otherwise available from Tourism Research Australia before drawing any conclusions or inferences, or taking any action, based on the data.

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