Australia experienced record inbound tourism expenditure in 2014–15, driven by strong growth from Asian markets such as China, Hong Kong, Singapore and India. Traditional markets such as the USA and New Zealand also performed well, up 12.5 per cent and 3.6 per cent respectively. The outlook to 2019–20 remains robust, with international visitor spending expected to rise by 4.7 per cent per annum to reach A$42 billion (in real terms). China, India and other Asian nations are anticipated to account for the majority of this forecast growth. Total visitor spending is projected to increase to A$128 billion by 2019–20.