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1367.2 - State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, Mar 2010  
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In December quarter 2009, total accommodation takings for hotels, motels and serviced apartments in Victoria with 15 or more rooms were $365.6 million, an increase of 0.4% from December quarter 2008. The Melbourne Tourism Region accounted for the majority of Victoria's accommodation takings (77.1%).

The highest percentage growth in accommodation takings between December quarter 2008 and December quarter 2009 was recorded in the Tourism Region of Phillip Island (40.8%) followed by Goulburn (20.4%) and Mallee (18.2%). The largest decreases in accommodation takings were recorded in the Tourism Regions of Ballarat (-14.7%), High Country (-13.3%) and Macedon (-8.0%).

Change in takings from accommodation(a), By Tourism Region(b) - December quarter 2008 to December quarter 2009
Graph: Change in takings from accommodation(a), By Tourism Region(b)—December quarter 2008 to December quarter 2009

View underlying data as an Excel spreadsheet: Download Tourist accommodation, By Tourism Region - December quarter 2009 from the Downloads Page.

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