Research & Statistics

While MRBTA does not collect primary research on visitation to Your Margaret River Region, there are a number of information sources which we refer to in order to track visitor numbers. Please read on for details.

State & Regional Data 

> Latest WA visitor facts & figures

The most up-to-date information on visitor numbers to Western Australia, visitor origin and spend, as well as overseas arrivals, departures, airport and accommodation data.

> Regional fact sheets & visitor profiles

Based on Tourism Research Australia’s National and International Visitor Surveys the fact sheets below are for key tourism areas in Western Australia. Look out especially for the Busselton and Augusta-Margaret River overnight visitor fact sheets that give an in-depth look at visitors to our region.

National Data

> Tourism Australia

In-depth information pertaining to international visitors, forecasts, and statistics on a monthly basis.

> Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)

Statistics from the Survey of Tourist Accommodation, covering occupancy and revenue data for tourism regions across Australia. The Catalogue number for WA data is: 8635.5.55.001.

> Tourism Research Australia

Information on all states and territories in regards to research and analysis, including both the International (IVS) and National Visitor Surveys (NVS), regional expenditure, economic impact and employment data.

Latest news

New President for Tourism Council WA

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New Tourism WA President Announced Tourism Council WA has welcomed a new President. Long-time advocate for regional tourism, Chris Pye, has been elected as the new President of Tourism Council WA following the resignation of Manny Papadoulis as President and Director. Mr Pye owns and operates regional accommodation provider Hospitality Inns,…

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New Tourism WA Commissioners Announced

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Major Industry Changes New Tourism WA Commissioners Announced   Tourism Council WA has welcomed the four new Tourism WA Commissioners announced by Tourism Minister, Hon Paul Papalia CSC MLA. Tourism Council WA has consistently advocated for people with industry experience and tourism marketing skills to be strongly represented among the Tourism…

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