WA tourist study

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TOURISM WA has un­der­taken re­search to bet­ter un­der­stand vis­i­tor ex­pe­ri­ences in the state.

The Vis­i­tor Ex­pe­ri­ence and Ex­pec­ta­tions Re­search (VEER) 2016-17 re­ported that 99% of all tourists to WA were sat­is­fied with trips, while Abo­rig­i­nal tourism in WA was a great in­ter­est at 78%.

How­ever only 21% of vis­i­tors took part in Abo­rig­i­nal of­fer­ings.

The re­port also ex­plored whether their trip to West­ern Aus­tralia was value for money, if they would rec­om­mend it to a friend and what their mo­ti­va­tions and in­ter­ests in the state where.

Nearly 20% of all tourists to West­ern Aus­tralia rated their hol­i­day as “ex­tremely poor” value for money.

Tourism WA sur­veyed 400 in­ter­state and int’l vis­i­tors as part of the re­search, who stayed more than two nights.

The re­port can be viewed - HERE.

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