On this page
- About Victoria's Tourism, Events and Visitor Economy research unit
- Victoria's tourism performance
- Value of tourism to Victoria
- Victoria's top attractions
- Key visitor experiences
- Guide to tourism data sources
Victoria's Tourism, Events and Visitor Economy (TEVE) research unit analyses and collates a range of research and statistics relating to tourism in Victoria. Their publications include a range of detailed information, such as:
- domestic visitation and expenditure from the National Visitor survey
- international visitation and expenditure results from the International Visitor Survey
- the economic contribution of tourism
- regional summaries
- tourism forecasts.
Victoria’s tourism performance
Value of tourism to Victoria
Victoria’s top attractions
An overview of the top places or attractions in Melbourne visited by domestic and international overnight visitors in the year ending December 2017 can be found in Melbourne's Top Attractions - Year Ending December 2017 (PDF 1888.76 KB).
An overview of the top places and attractions in Regional Victoria visited by domestic and international overnight visitors for year ending December 2017 can be found in Regional Victoria's Top Attractions - Year Ending December 2017 (PDF 3691.9 KB).
Key visitor experiences
Information on visitors to Victoria that participated in one of the state’s leading experience categories is noted in Visitors to Victoria Experience Overview - Year Ending December 2017 (PDF 701.75 KB). This factsheet provides an overview of visitors to Victoria that participated in nature-based, cultural, food and wine, and aboriginal activities during their stay.
Guide to tourism data sources
A document outlining the key data sources used for tourism, their methodologies and definitions, limitations and caveats can be found by downloading and reading the Guide to Tourism Data Sources and Definitions 2018 (PDF 161.22 KB).