The Regional Tourism Satellite Accounts (RTSA) provide information on the importance of tourism for each of Australia's tourism regions. The reports are published annually and provide measures of tourism gross value add, tourism gross domestic product, tourism employment and tourism trade.
This data enables the regions, government and industry to compare the value of tourism with other industries in the economy and against other regions.
In this report it was identified that North Coast NSW tourism sector employed 24,316 people, added a gross value of $1,664 million and the total tourism consumption was $5,628 million.
Information in this report sets a benchmark for what the tourism industry can aspire to, on the path to recovery, as it pre-dates COVID-19. For further information visit Tourism Research Australia.
Source: Tourism Research Australia