WA tourist study
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.