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Chinese visitors boost tourism spending by 6% for Australia
Chinese visitors remain the biggest spenders, up 13%, or $1.3 billion, during the past year to a record $10.9 billion - accounting for just over half of the total growth in spending by international tourists.
Cashed-up Chinese visitors to Australia have helped boost spending by international tourists by 6% to a record USD 42.3 billion.
 
Combined with the USD 65.1 billion spent by domestic overnight tourists, total overnight visitor spending reached a record USD 107.4 billion for the year ending March 2018.
 
Almost all states and territories saw growth in international visitor spend, with some recording double-digit percentage increases during the year.
 
Chinese visitors remain the biggest spenders, up 13%, or USD 1.3 billion, during the past year to a record USD 10.9 billion - accounting for just over half of the total growth in spending by international tourists.
 
Sydney remains the number one destination in Australia for international tourists with 4.1 million international visitors.
 
  Source: China Travel News

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