Why will Australia’s tourism industry survive?
The long-term viability of tourism in Australia has been under serious scrutiny.
There has been a lot of talk about the industry’s potential, particularly in recent years as it has become more prevalent.
While there has been some progress in the past few years, there is still a lot more to be done.
One of the reasons why the industry is so reliant on tourism is the relatively low income it receives from foreign visitors.
As a result, it has been struggling financially for decades.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics released a report last month which suggested tourism revenue is set to fall by $10.7 billion over the next three years.
But despite the drop in revenue, it is still expected to increase by $1.6 billion.
The problem is not just a matter of low revenue, as the government has announced it will introduce new measures to reduce tax and spend on tourism.
It is also the result of a long-running cultural divide.
While the traditional business travellers are enjoying their holidays, the country is increasingly becoming a destination destination.
This has not been the case for the traditional tourism industry.
In Australia, there are over 70 traditional businesses that cater to tourists, with some businesses taking on new and existing clients to cater to new customers.
For many, the cultural divide has meant that the traditional tourist business is not as viable as it once was.
The traditional business is more of a niche business than an international business.
For example, some businesses have a strong interest in African and Middle Eastern travel and have chosen to branch out to other markets such as Latin America.
Traditional business travellers can find that the travel is not necessarily lucrative, as they are less likely to receive significant income from the international market.
The most recent report from the Australian Institute of Tourism shows that traditional travel is now making up just 10 per cent of the industry.
However, there have been reports that the industry will see a return in 2019, with tourism expected to account for 10 per a cent of GDP in the medium term.
There is a need for a change in the way tourism is viewed in Australia.
There are some positives in the industry, but there is a long way to go before it is sustainable.
In fact, it would be quite foolish for the country to continue to support the traditional businesses, given how difficult it is to make a living from the industry today.