SEPTEMBER KEY FIGURES
Aug'11 to Sep'11
Sep '10 to Sep'11
|Short-term visitor arrivals |
|Seasonally adjusted |
|Short-term resident departures |
|Seasonally adjusted |
|. . not applicable |
SEPTEMBER KEY POINTS
SHORT-TERM VISITOR ARRIVALS TO AUSTRALIA
SHORT-TERM RESIDENT DEPARTURES FROM AUSTRALIA
- Trend estimates: Short-term visitor arrivals during September 2011 (500,600 movements) increased 1.1% compared with August 2011 (495,400 movements). This followed monthly increases of 1.0% in July 2011 and 1.1% in August 2011. The current trend estimate for arrivals is 0.1% higher than in September 2010.
- Seasonally adjusted estimates: During September 2011, short-term visitor arrivals (481,500 movements) recorded a decrease of 4.1% compared with August 2011 (501,900 movements). This followed monthly increases of 2.5% in July 2011 and 2.7% in August 2011.
- Original estimates: There were 432,200 short-term visitor arrivals to Australia in September 2011.
- Trend estimates: Short-term resident departures during September 2011 (665,100 movements) increased 0.3% compared with August 2011 (663,100 movements). This followed monthly increases of 0.8% in July 2011 and 0.5% in August 2011. The current trend estimate for departures is 10.2% higher than in September 2010.
- Seasonally adjusted estimates: During September 2011, short-term resident departures (663,500 movements) increased by 0.3% compared with August 2011 (661,500 movements). This followed monthly increases of 3.2% in July 2011 and 0.3% in August 2011.
- Original estimates: There were 790,600 short-term resident departures from Australia during September 2011.
|ISSUE ||Release Date|
|October 2011 ||5 December 2011|
|November 2011 ||12 January 2012|
|December 2011 ||7 February 2012|
|January 2012 ||6 March 2012|
|February 2012 ||5 April 2012|
|March 2012 ||9 May 2012|
This publication contains overseas movement data which should not be interpreted as 'persons'. See paragraph 5 of the Explanatory Notes for more detail.
The statistics in this publication have been rounded to the nearest 100 for short-term movements and to the nearest 10 for permanent and long-term movements. As a result, sums of the components may not add exactly to totals. Analysis featured in this publication is based on unrounded data. Calculations made on rounded data may differ to those published.
CHANGES IN THIS ISSUE
Introduction of breaks in short-term resident departures trend estimates - Breaks have been introduced in trend estimates for short-term resident departures to Egypt at February 2011 and consequently to the trend for Total North Africa and the Middle East and the Total, due to the effects of ongoing political instability in Egypt. For further details, please see Explanatory Note 25.
For further information about these and related statistics, contact the National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070 or Holly Bell on Canberra (02) 6252 6400.