Australian Bureau of Statistics
1345.4 - SA Stats, Jan 2008
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/01/2008
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The total takings from all forms of tourist accommodation in South Australia in the June 2007 quarter were $101.6 million, which was 4.8% of the Australian total of $2,122.9 million. For the year ended June 2007, total tourist accommodation takings in South Australia were $414.2 million, or 4.6% of the Australian total. The South Australian takings had increased by 8.7% over those for the year ended March 2006.
Tourist guest arrivals at South Australian hotels, motels and serviced apartments with five or more rooms and at visitor hostels for the year ended June 2007 amounted to 2,512,300 persons, or 5.5% of the Australian total, and 5.9% more than for the year ended June 2006.
Hotels, motels and serviced apartments with fifteen or more rooms account for more than three-quarters of the takings for all types of tourist accommodation in both South Australia and Australia. For the year ended June 2007, takings from this type of accommodation in South Australia were $319.7 million, or 77.2% of the total tourist accommodation takings. Similarly, this type of accommodation caters for over three-quarters of the guest arrivals, with 2,191,500 (or 87.2% of all guests) being received in South Australia in the year ended June 2007.
Room occupancy rates for hotels, motels and serviced apartments with fifteen or more rooms for the June 2007 quarter were 64.9% for South Australia in trend terms.
HOTELS, MOTELS AND SERVICED APARTMENTS WITH 15 OR MORE ROOMS,
Room occupancy rate, by quarter - Original and Trend series, South Australia
Source: Tourist Accommodation, Small Area Data, South Australia - Electronic Delivery, Jun 2007 (cat. no. 8635.4.55.001)
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