Youth and Working Holiday Maker tourists
Tourism Australia has produced two new infographics on the Youth and Working Holiday Maker segments. The youth market contributes 25 per cent of all visitor arrivals to Australia and 44 per cent of all visitor spend. The youth leisure segment spends more than any other leisure travel segment in Australia mainly due to higher than average length of stay and propensity to combine work, visiting friends and family, and holiday/leisure experiences.
Find out more at www.tourism.australia.com/youth.
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