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Tourism infrastructure in Australia

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As the world’s eighth largest national tourism market Australia offers significant opportunities for investment in tourism infrastructure.

Located in the world’s strongest tourism region, in the Asia-Pacific, Australia has a top performing tourism sector with strong revenue from hotel accommodation, high occupancy rates, expanding aviation capacity and strong growth in visitors forecast from emerging Asian markets.

Investors can find out more from our Invest in Australian Tourism microsite.

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The Australian Trade Commission, Tourism Australia, and State and Territory agencies provide investment advice and facilitation services to global and local investors.

Case Studies

Success Stories

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Success Story: KCC Real Estate Development Company
China’s KCC chooses Australia for its first overseas hotel development
KCC’s decision to expand its hotel portfolio beyond its home market led the developer to Australia, where rising numbers of Chinese visitors signal growing demand for acc ...
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Chinese insurer makes second Australian tourism purchase
China’s Sunshine Insurance Group has purchased a second Australian tourism property, in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, following its acquisition of Sydney’s Sheraton on the Park hotel last Nove ...
Updated Australian tourism investment iPad app
Companies considering investing in Australian tourism infrastructure will find up-to-date information in the Australian Tourism: Open for Investment app.
Wanda to invest A$1.2b in prime Sydney tourism precinct
Chinese property group Wanda has announced plans to invest almost A$1.2 billion dollars in a major mixed-used development at Circular Quay in Sydney.
China’s top entrepreneur group visits Australia to talk business
Eighteen members of the China Entrepreneur Club (CEC) visited Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne in early December to discuss business opportunities with Australian industry and government representatives ...

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Reports

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Why Australia - Benchmark Report

Benchmark Report 2015

The Benchmark Report considers the key investor Indicators of Growth, Innovation, Talent, Location, and Business and compares Australia's position with other countries
Benchmark Report

Data Alerts

Data Alerts provide the latest statistics and figures on Australia's performance across key economic and financial related indicators
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