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TOURISM
INVESTMENT
MONITOR
2012

TOURISM
INVESTMENT
MONITOR
2012

ISBN 978-1-922106-01-8 (Print)
ISBN 978-1-922106-02-5 (PDF)

Tourism Research Australia
Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism
GPO Box 1564
Canberra ACT 2601
ABN 46 252 861 927
Email: tourism.research@ret.gov.au
Web: www.ret.gov.au/tra
Publication date: May 2012
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TOURISM INVESTMENT MONITOR 2012

Contents
Executive summary

v

Introduction

1

The role of this report

1

Data sources and project thresholds

2

The tourism investment environment

2

Key tourism industries: Latest trends in investment and supply

4

Accommodation

4

The development cycle and growth in industrystock

4

Recent industry transactions

7

Key messages for accommodation investment

8

Transport (aviation)

11

Australia’s aviation supply and demand: Recent trends

11

Aircraft investment

12

Stock and investment in transport infrastructure (in aggregate)

13

Remaining competitive

14

Key messages for aviation investment

15

Australia’s leisure tourisminfrastructure (Arts and recreation services)

16

Investment in leisure tourism industries

17

Key messages for Arts and recreation services investment

19

Conclusion

21

Appendix 1

23

Appendix 2

25

Glossary

26

References

30

Discussion of data sources

32

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Figures
Figure 1:

Investment trends: Miningcompared to tourism-related industries

3

Figure 2:

Average annual change in room stock accommodation type,
Australia, 1998 to 2011

5

Accommodation sector by product type, growth in stock
and yield (RevPAR)

6

Transaction volumes and number of transactions, 2000 to 2011

7

Figure 3:
Figure 4:

Figure CS 1: Comparison of trips to Western Australia and Port Hedland
bypurpose of visit (year ending June 2011)
Figure 5:

9

International passenger traffic through the main Australian
international airports, 2006 to 2010–11, Index, 2006 =100

12

Figure 6:

Investment in transport building construction work in Australia

13

Figure 7:

Trend in total investment in the Arts and recreation
services industry

17

Asset share in total investment inArts and recreation services
industry, 2010–11

17

Expenditure on construction work completed (in real terms) in
entertainment building and infrastructure

18

Investment (in real terms) in Entertainment buildings and
Recreation and other facilities construction in states and territories

18

Figure 8:
Figure 9:
Figure 10:

Tables
Table ES 1:

v

Table 1:

Change in stock,revenue, and occupancy rates, 2005 to 2011

6

Table 2:

Investment in Accommodation, (as at December 2011)

8

Table CS 1:

Accommodation performance - hotels, motels and serviced
apartments with 15 or more rooms (year ended September 2011)

10

Table 3:

Investment in airport infrastructure, 2011 or proposed

14

Table 4:

Investment by asset type

14

Table 5:Investment in Transport (aviation)

15

Table 6:

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Tourism investment pipeline

Investment in Arts and recreation services, 2011

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TOURISM INVESTMENT MONITOR 2012

Executive summary
Tourism plays a significant role in the Australian economy, directly contributing $35 billion to
Australia’s gross domestic product (GDP) and providing around half a million jobs.
Tourism...
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