International Visitor Arrivals to New Zealand: January 2015

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1 International Visitor Arrivals to New Zealand: January 215 Overseas visitor arrivals to New Zealand by country of residence and selected characteristics

2 Crown copyright This work is licensed by Statistics New Zealand for re-use under the Creative Commons Attribution 3. New Zealand license. You are free to copy, distribute, and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes, as long as you attribute the work to Statistics NZ and abide by the other licence terms. Please note you may not use any departmental or governmental emblem, logo, or coat of arms in any way that infringes any provision of the Flags, Emblems, and Names Protection Act Use the wording 'Statistics New Zealand' in your attribution, not the Statistics NZ logo. Liability While all care and diligence has been used in processing, analysing, and extracting data and information in this publication, Statistics New Zealand gives no warranty it is error free and will not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by the use directly, or indirectly, of the information in this publication. Citation Statistics New Zealand (215). International Visitor Arrivals to New Zealand: January 215. Available from ISSN (online) Published in March 215 by Statistics New Zealand Tatauranga Aotearoa Wellington, New Zealand Contact Statistics New Zealand Information Centre: Phone toll-free Phone international

3 Preface International Visitor Arrivals to New Zealand is produced by Statistics New Zealand and sponsored by Tourism New Zealand. It is a monthly report that includes detailed tables and graphs of monthly and annual data showing the number and characteristics of visitor arrivals. Most of the data is presented by country, for a selection of major source countries of visitors to New Zealand. Visitor arrival data comes from Statistics NZ's International Travel and Migration dataset. This dataset is derived from information contained in electronic records supplied by the New Zealand Customs Service, as well as from arrival and departure cards completed by passengers. This report contains statistics on short-term overseas visitor arrivals, defined as overseas residents arriving in New Zealand for a stay of less than 12 months. 3

4 International Visitor Arrivals to New Zealand Contents Notes 5 Further information 6 Glossary 7 List of tables (Tables 1 and 2 each have an associated figure. Each key characteristics table has three associated figures: of visitors; Age of visitors; and Length of stay of visitors.) 1 Monthly visitor arrivals 8 2 Annual visitor arrivals 8 3 Country of residence of visitors, 1 4 Country of residence of visitors, 11 5 Key characteristics of visitors, 12 6 Key characteristics of visitors, 14 7 Key characteristics of visitors from Australia, 16 8 Key characteristics of visitors from Australia, 18 9 State of residence of visitors from Australia, 2 1 State of residence of visitors from Australia, Key characteristics of visitors from New South Wales, Key characteristics of visitors from New South Wales, Key characteristics of visitors from Queensland, Key characteristics of visitors from Queensland, Key characteristics of visitors from Victoria, 3 16 Key characteristics of visitors from Victoria, Key characteristics of visitors from Western Australia, Key characteristics of visitors from Western Australia, Key characteristics of visitors from the People's Republic of China, 38 2 Key characteristics of visitors from the People's Republic of China, 4 21 Province of residence of visitors from the People's Republic of China, Province of residence of visitors from the People's Republic of China, Key characteristics of visitors from Japan, Key characteristics of visitors from Japan, Prefecture of residence of visitors from Japan, Prefecture of residence of visitors from Japan, Key characteristics of visitors from the Republic of Korea, 5 28 Key characteristics of visitors from the Republic of Korea, Key characteristics of visitors from Singapore, 54 3 Key characteristics of visitors from Singapore, Key characteristics of visitors from Hong Kong, Key characteristics of visitors from Hong Kong, 6 33 Key characteristics of visitors from Thailand, Key characteristics of visitors from Thailand, Key characteristics of visitors from India, Key characteristics of visitors from India, Key characteristics of visitors from the United Kingdom, 7 38 Key characteristics of visitors from the United Kingdom, Country of residence of visitors from the United Kingdom, 74 4 Country of residence of visitors from the United Kingdom, Key characteristics of visitors from Germany, Key characteristics of visitors from Germany, Key characteristics of visitors from the United States of America, 8 44 Key characteristics of visitors from the United States of America, State of residence of visitors from the United States of America, State of residence of visitors from the United States of America, Key characteristics of visitors from Canada, Key characteristics of visitors from Canada, Province of residence of visitors from Canada, 9 5 Province of residence of visitors from Canada, 91 Page 4

5 Notes International travel and migration data Visitor arrival data comes from Statistics NZ's International Travel and Migration dataset. This dataset is derived from information contained in electronic records supplied by the New Zealand Customs Service, as well as from arrival and departure cards completed by passengers. Statistics NZ processes all arrival and departure cards, and assigns a passenger type to each. These passenger types are short-term overseas visitor, short-term New Zealand-resident traveller, and permanent and long-term migrant. This report contains statistics on short-term overseas visitor arrivals, defined as overseas residents arriving in New Zealand for a stay of less than 12 months. Information derived from arrival and departure cards, including passenger type, is captured automatically for nine out of 1 records by Statistics NZ's imaging system. The statistics in this report are based on final counts. They relate to the number of passenger movements, rather than to the number of people that is, the multiple movements of individual people during a given reference period are each counted separately. Sampling error Visitor arrival totals published in this report are actual counts. However, all other figures are derived from only a sample of arrivals, and hence may contain sampling error. Caution should be used when interpreting small numbers where sampling error may exist. Selection of data published in this report Because of sampling error, as well as the size limitations of the tables, categories within some variables have only been included if they meet certain limits. The rules for inclusion depend on the variable. In the key characteristics tables for each country, the restrictions are: Purpose: Five categories (holiday, visiting friends & relatives, business, education, and conferences & conventions) are always shown, so the travel purpose graph is consistent between countries. The 'other' and 'not stated' categories are not shown. New Zealand port: There must be 5 or more arrivals in the most recent time period, or an average of 5 or more over the last two periods. A minimum of one NZ port must be included, with a maximum of eight NZ ports. Closest port of flight: There must be 5 or more arrivals in the most recent time period, or an average of 5 or more over the last two periods. A minimum of one overseas port must be included, with a maximum of 1 overseas ports. Citizenship: There must be 5 or more arrivals in the most recent time period, or an average of 5 or more over the last two periods. A minimum of one citizenship must be included, with a maximum of four citizenships. State/province: There must be 5 or more arrivals from that province in the most recent time period, or an average of 5 or more over the last two periods. At least three states/provinces must be included for each country, as well as the 'not stated' category. The not stated category is included because of a high rate of non-response to this question from some countries. 5

6 Further information International Travel and Migration information release: monthly The monthly first release of final international travel and migration data. Tables are accompanied by commentary and a media release highlighting key data. Provisional International Travel Statistics: weekly Provisional statistics on total visitor arrivals, and visitor arrivals from ten major source countries, are released on a weekly basis. Figures are normally released at 2pm on a Friday, covering arrivals up to the Sunday 12 days before the day of release. Infoshare Statistics NZ's free online database contains a large number of international travel and migration tables, which can be customised by the user. Nearly all data in this report, plus much more, is available in Infoshare. International travel and migration tables can be found under the 'Tourism' subject category. International Travel and Migration articles Statistics NZ releases a number of articles free on the Statistics NZ website. All available articles are listed on the international travel and migration articles landing page. 6

7 Glossary Visitor arrivals: overseas residents arriving in New Zealand for a stay of less than 12 months. Country of residence: the country where the person last resided for 12 months or more before visiting New Zealand. New Zealand port: the New Zealand port where a passenger was processed by Customs. People may clear Customs at one port after arriving on an international flight into another port, if connections between international terminals are available. : the reason for the visit as indicated on the arrival card. Closest port of flight: the last overseas airport of the passenger's flight before arriving into New Zealand. This may not be the person's port of origin, as they may have boarded the aircraft at an earlier port, or come from another port on a connecting flight. Length of stay: the length of stay in New Zealand. This is initially captured from intentions on the arrival card. Visitors who depart before processing of their month of arrival has been completed have their length of stay recalculated based on their actual stay. Citizenship: the country of issue of a passenger's passport. State/province of residence: the subnational area of residence as indicated on the arrival card. This data is only captured for visitors from selected countries. 7

8 Table 1 Monthly visitor arrivals Month 21/11 211/12 212/13 213/14 214/15 Change 213/14 to 214/15 Number Percent Feb 267, , ,83 281,233 31,165 19, Mar 243, , ,929 27,74 253,561-17, Apr 187, , ,668 2, ,194 23, May 141,336 14,741 14, ,34 161,355 8, Jun 145, , ,74 159, ,122 2, Jul 182,94 176,84 173, , ,856 13, Aug 168,81 175,99 178, , , Sep 174, ,94 179,69 191,56 193,329 2, Oct 184, ,92 184,2 194,973 21,597 15, Nov 226,455 23, , ,6 27,48 19, Dec 345, , , ,892 42,518 2, Jan 265, ,839 26, ,446 32,432 9, Table 2 Annual visitor arrivals Year ended January Number Change from previous year Number Percent 25 2,353, , ,383,571 3, ,417,755 34, ,472,447 54, ,449,18-23, ,471,4 21, ,533,945 62, ,62,73 68, ,558,416-44, ,749,54 191, ,867, ,

9 Monthly visitor arrivals Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Month 213/14 214/ Million Annual visitor arrivals Year ended January 9

10 Table 3 Country of residence of visitors January month Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals (1) 265, ,839 26, ,446 32,432 9, Australia 97,44 98,976 11,136 19, ,344 9, United Kingdom 34,29 29,872 27,54 3,56 31, China, People's Republic of 14,55 23,344 18,768 3,128 25,68-4, United States of America 2,79 2,848 24,34 23,54 24,56 1, Germany 1,14 9,616 9,2 11,88 11, Korea, Republic of 8,7 7,648 7,536 8,8 1,112 2, Japan 9,57 6,544 7,12 6,912 7, Canada 7,29 6,768 6,672 6,688 6, France 3,15 3,152 3,56 3,744 4, Netherlands 4,47 4,112 3,632 3,76 3, Taiwan 3, 3,344 2,448 2,912 3, India 2,19 2,24 2,34 2,576 3, Switzerland 3,3 2,768 2,64 3,8 3, New Caledonia 2,55 2,528 2,912 3,8 3, Sweden 2,19 2,16 1,968 2,448 2, Denmark 2,19 1,664 1,952 1,94 2, Singapore 1,65 2,8 1,648 2,448 2, Hong Kong (SAR) 2,13 3,88 1,568 3,72 1,936-1, Brazil 2,4 1,968 1,94 1,92 1, Fiji 1,53 1,568 1,936 1,728 1, Ireland 1,65 1,52 1,264 1,28 1, French Polynesia 1,74 1,696 1,232 1,248 1, Malaysia 1,2 2, ,52 1, Austria 1,8 1, ,12 1, Italy , Samoa , South Africa 1,56 1,152 1,72 1, Israel 1, Russia , Tonga Oceania 18,36 11, ,784 12, ,8 1, Asia 45,3 53,344 45,248 6,8 58,832-1, Europe 69,33 62,224 58,592 66,112 68,784 2, Americas 32,67 31,552 34,816 34,28 35, Africa and the Middle East 4,65 3,44 3,152 3,648 3, Not stated 4,71 5,48 4,832 6,528 5,2-1, These totals are actual counts and may differ from the sum of individual figures that are derived from samples. Note: SAR Special Administrative Region Top 3 countries of residence Region of residence 1

11 Table 4 Country of residence of visitors Year ended January Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals (1) 2,533,945 2,62,73 2,558,416 2,749,54 2,867, , Australia 1,121,619 1,157,962 1,157,952 1,226,448 1,257,536 31, China, People's Republic of 127, , ,448 24,288 26,416 2, United States of America 189, , ,136 2, ,568 2, United Kingdom 23, , ,28 194, , Japan 88,65 65,937 72,656 74,352 81,696 7, Germany 64,696 63,195 63,36 71,696 79,216 7, Korea, Republic of 67,831 51,735 52,784 51,536 57,52 5, Canada 49,243 48,632 46,352 48,28 48, Singapore 3,384 39,11 35,968 43,56 46,68 3, India 29,74 28,312 29,92 31,248 38,16 6, Malaysia 22,8 36,7 28,368 29,536 31,264 1, France 24,423 36,69 24,848 27,664 3,976 3, Hong Kong (SAR) 24,938 26,355 24,752 29,584 3, Taiwan 21,292 18,319 17,744 22,24 25,472 3, Fiji 2,585 21,657 22,8 23,94 23, Netherlands 23,324 23,25 2,944 21,376 21, Thailand 21,287 17,513 16,928 2,896 21, Samoa 16,44 16,887 16,176 16,624 18,864 2, Switzerland 15,556 15,914 15,568 16,688 18,96 1, New Caledonia 16,233 16,575 17,136 17,376 17, French Polynesia 19,26 16,741 15,88 15,392 16,464 1,72 7. South Africa 17,685 25,878 15,632 15,264 15, Tonga 11,927 12,892 13,376 14,272 15,568 1, Indonesia 9,627 11,558 12,384 13,616 15,36 1, Sweden 11,245 11,264 11,44 12,128 13, Brazil 11,992 11,155 1,28 1,64 12,176 1, Philippines 8,228 8,91 9,52 1,288 12,16 1, Ireland 13,55 16,172 1,864 1,224 1, Cook Islands 1,546 11,219 9,88 9,648 1, Denmark 1,14 8,668 8,544 8,816 9,84 1, Oceania 1,251,259 1,298,856 1,298,896 1,365,312 1,398,448 33, Asia 461, ,821 52, , ,792 54, Europe 454, ,836 42, 425, ,48 17, Americas 268,78 267, , ,592 3,576 21, Africa and the Middle East 45,22 52,351 37,48 38,688 39, Not stated 39,512 47,285 5,32 57,28 5,528-6, These totals are actual counts and may differ from the sum of individual figures that are derived from samples. Note: SAR Special Administrative Region Top 3 countries of residence Region of residence 11

12 Table 5 Key characteristics of visitors Key characteristic January month Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals (1) 265, ,839 26, ,446 32,432 9, Holiday 144,42 14, , ,88 162,448 5, Visiting friends & relatives 77,13 84,112 79,4 89,92 91,184 1, Business 15,9 15,744 16,368 16,96 17,328 1, Education 7,44 6,96 6,656 7,232 8, Conferences & conventions 2,97 2,128 4,64 3,72 3, Under 15 25,26 25,72 23,392 27,616 27, ,42 34,32 32,368 37,376 41,14 3, ,26 49,76 46,48 52,32 56,56 4, ,23 39,44 37,68 43,56 41,536-1, ,68 42,336 39,68 45,728 45, ,8 44,28 43,28 46,928 47,952 1, ,37 31,472 36,976 39,248 42,96 2, ,65 32,688 31,456 34,16 34, ,83 62,432 63,424 64,32 73,536 9, ,45 73,152 69,584 83,6 79,952-3, ,69 35,8 33,472 4,32 4, and over 68,4 63,4 61,488 7,16 73,88 3, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 185,85 188,384 18,432 25, ,88 9,6 4.7 Christchurch airport 49,86 44,16 41,568 45,696 48,32 2, Wellington airport 14,31 15,424 16,496 17,216 16, Queenstown airport 7,62 8,448 9,6 12,72 16,34 3, Seaports 4,8 6,4 8,224 7,568 4,32-3, Dunedin airport 1,56 2,112 2,48 2, , Rotorua airport , Hamilton airport Closest port of flight Sydney 82,2 76,88 78,576 85,56 91,328 6, Melbourne 4,8 39,664 44,272 47,4 5,224 3, Brisbane 33,75 3,768 32,32 36,96 39,424 2, Singapore 1,8 13,712 11,824 14,992 14, Hong Kong 13,92 17,36 11,888 14,912 12,544-2, Guangzhou 3,12 3,44 6, 9,8 3,8 5.1 Los Angeles 15,57 12,832 8,48 9,296 8, Coolangatta 6,72 6,28 6,192 7,84 7, Shanghai 2,1 3,72 3,376 5,168 7,872 2, Tokyo 5,91 4,752 4,768 4,944 6,624 1, Perth 2,61 3,488 3,6 6,16 6, Seoul 4,98 8,8 5,776 6,512 6, Citizenship Australia 67,89 66,272 67,296 7,96 78,928 8, New Zealand 35,16 38,384 37,14 43,376 42, United Kingdom 34,47 29,632 28,496 3,992 32,112 1, China, People's Republic of 13,74 23,152 19,24 3,24 26,384-3, United States of America 21,9 2,896 24,16 23,536 24,544 1, These totals are actual counts and may differ from the sum of individual figures that are derived from samples. Symbol: not applicable 12

13 Holiday Visiting friends & relatives of visitors Business Education Conferences & conventions 6 Age of visitors Under Length of stay of visitors and over 13

14 Table 6 Key characteristics of visitors Key characteristic Year ended January Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals (1) 2,533,945 2,62,73 2,558,416 2,749,54 2,867, , Holiday 1,221,46 1,212,277 1,163,48 1,3,912 1,374,24 73, Visiting friends & relatives 778,185 84, , ,712 94,672 2, Business 249, , , , ,8 8, Education 54,4 53,812 5,16 52,448 56,752 4, Conferences & conventions 58,969 52,966 53,312 57,52 57, Under , , , , , , , , , ,36 19, , , ,44 541, ,584 28, , , , ,12 448,928 7, , , ,48 466,32 481,152 14, ,418 43,385 43,376 44,34 458,88 18, ,43 23, ,24 277,344 31,4 33, , ,43 459, , ,96 6, , , ,2 727,36 759,776 32, , , ,72 728, ,16 33, , ,486 29, , ,712 18, and over 493, , , , ,424 29, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 1,732,417 1,849,747 1,814,272 1,958,352 2,39,168 8, Christchurch airport 513, , ,568 41, ,328 21, Wellington airport 15, , , , ,856-2, Queenstown airport 67,91 9,535 16, , ,14 31, Seaports 22,58 28,496 24,4 37,696 33,136-4, Dunedin airport 14,973 16,751 15,68 15,952 11,968-3, Rotorua airport 6,15 6,717 7,24 6,624 5,168-1, Hamilton airport 12,764 8,865 6,... Closest port of flight Sydney 793,21 77, , ,6 86,784 39, Melbourne 386, ,7 433,88 471,36 486,512 15, Brisbane 34,81 357,971 36, ,592 43,2 18, Singapore 119,98 128, , , , Hong Kong 126, ,168 16, ,968 17,264-6, Los Angeles 136, ,666 89,88 82,56 82, Coolangatta 69,868 74,851 74,64 75,984 78,768 2, Guangzhou 19,8 34,74 48,368 71,792 23, Tokyo 53,53 31,713 41,94 46,32 63,488 17, Perth 32,555 37,93 42,128 48,8 53,616 5, Nadi 46,426 45,669 48,576 46,8 5,432 3, Shanghai 17,66 19,872 29,424 42,64 49,168 6, Citizenship Australia 767,189 76, , , ,68 2, New Zealand 415,18 463, ,232 5,48 5, China, People's Republic of 126, , , ,4 268,448 22, United States of America 185, ,58 177, , ,472 2, United Kingdom 236, , ,792 26,928 28,16 1, These totals are actual counts and may differ from the sum of individual figures that are derived from samples. Symbol: not applicable 14

15 1,6 1,4 1,2 1, of visitors Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions 6 Age of visitors Under Length of stay of visitors and over 15

16 Table 7 Key characteristics of visitors from Australia Key characteristic January month Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 97,44 98,976 11,136 19, ,344 9, Holiday 42,87 42,448 44,336 47,936 53,72 5, Visiting friends & relatives 38,46 41,456 4,72 46,128 48,448 2,32 5. Business 9,6 8,32 9,72 8,528 9,94 1, Education Conferences & conventions 1,83 1,264 1,856 1,54 1, Under 15 13,8 13,488 13,488 14,368 16,336 1, ,64 12,28 11,776 14,64 15,536 1, ,64 18,672 18,976 2,96 23,136 2, ,23 16,272 16,896 17,136 18,256 1, ,18 17,632 17,536 19,48 2,592 1, ,38 13,952 13,728 15,584 15, ,57 6,752 8,736 8,48 9,584 1, ,53 13,392 13,744 14,912 15, ,2 3,16 3,592 32,848 39,344 6, ,28 37,312 36,672 4,144 42,672 2, ,17 11,168 12,864 13,88 14, and over 7,26 7,88 7,264 7,856 8, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 56,85 58,784 59,68 65,264 72,88 7, Christchurch airport 21,12 18,224 18,528 19,344 21,456 2, Wellington airport 1,38 11,2 11,776 11,616 11, Queenstown airport 5,28 6,48 6,512 8,48 11,12 3, Seaports 81 1,88 1,94 2,448 1,2-1, Dunedin airport 1,44 1,648 1,744 2, , Rotorua airport Closest port of flight Sydney 39,39 4,352 39,136 41,936 48,16 6, Melbourne 25,14 25,424 27,2 27,76 3,56 2,8 1.1 Brisbane 2,37 18,816 2,528 21,392 23,552 2, Coolangatta 4,5 3,92 4,8 5,14 5, Perth 2,16 2,912 3,24 4,832 5, Adelaide 1,38 1,664 1,312 2,272 1, Rarotonga Apia Citizenship Australia 65,79 64,192 65,56 67,696 76,64 8, New Zealand 24,69 27,28 27,584 33,4 33,4. United Kingdom 2,13 2,16 2,272 2, 2, China, People's Republic of Symbol: not applicable 16

17 6. of visitors from Australia Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions 25. Age of visitors from Australia Under Length of stay of visitors from Australia and over 17

18 Table 8 Key characteristics of visitors from Australia Key characteristic Year ended January Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 1,121,619 1,157,962 1,157,952 1,226,448 1,257,536 31, Holiday 458, ,3 435, , ,696 11,2 2.4 Visiting friends & relatives 416,22 452,33 475, ,8 57,152 13, Business 155, , , ,12 167,952 6, Education 6,11 5,951 6,192 7,28 6,8-1, Conferences & conventions 37,445 32,613 32, 37,232 36, Under , , , ,2 131, , ,42 129, , ,496 5, , ,398 24, , ,664 7, ,156 28,228 26, ,72 216,64 3, , ,86 21, , ,56 4, , , , , ,616 1, ,51 79,883 82,224 92,592 11,712 9, , , , , ,72 1, ,81 362, ,424 41,14 412,448 11, , , , ,72 383,68 1, ,356 12,96 114,72 122,34 129,12 6, and over 86,747 8,568 78,272 87,56 87, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 625, ,36 697, , ,424 15, Christchurch airport 29, , ,536 29, ,216 5, Wellington airport 115, , , , ,176-6, Queenstown airport 53,644 73,43 83,44 15, ,264 23, Dunedin airport 13,861 14,634 14,272 14,16 1,624-3, Seaports 5,769 1,81 5,616 1,68 8,32-2, Rotorua airport 5,433 6,144 6,528 6,16 4,768-1, Closest port of flight Sydney 466, , , ,536 54,16 16, Melbourne 275, ,482 3,512 32, ,992 2,16.7 Brisbane 256, , ,68 265,2 275,344 1, Coolangatta 46,28 5,549 49,696 53,552 56,256 2,74 5. Perth 28,254 31,44 36,256 41,456 46,352 4, Adelaide 12,933 14,41 13,872 16,32 17,376 1, Rarotonga 4,576 4,219 4,4 4,336 4, Apia 2,259 2,28 2,624 2,992 3, Los Angeles 4,68 5,117 3,52 2,576 2,576. Papeete 1,36 2,22 2,944 3,28 2, Citizenship Australia 744, , ,36 755, ,872 22, New Zealand 295, , , , ,648 4, United Kingdom 24,5 25,856 25,392 25,12 25, China, People's Republic of 4,223 3,854 6,48 7,488 9,2 1, Symbol: not applicable 18

19 6 of visitors from Australia Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions 3 Age of visitors from Australia Under Length of stay of visitors from Australia and over 19

20 Table 9 State of residence of visitors from Australia January month Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 97,44 98,976 11,136 19, ,344 9, New South Wales 34,86 36,864 35,472 37,872 42,864 4, Queensland 24,18 22,192 24,768 26,448 29,632 3, Victoria 22,29 21,984 22,816 24,16 26,272 2, Western Australia 7,65 9,8 9,696 11,28 11, South Australia 2,88 3,248 2,912 4,144 3, Australian Capital Territory 2,19 1,856 2,192 2,368 2, Tasmania 99 1,72 1,88 1,152 1, Northern Territory Not stated 1,68 1,888 1,54 1,28 1,

21 Table 1 State of residence of visitors from Australia Year ended January Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 1,121,619 1,157,962 1,157,952 1,226,448 1,257,536 31, New South Wales 44,612 42,794 43,56 422, ,376 1, Queensland 299,92 34,313 37,48 322, ,688 12, Victoria 244, , ,68 274, ,256 7, Western Australia 79,345 86,269 97,248 18,224 17, South Australia 37,343 35,298 35,44 39,328 4,976 1, Australian Capital Territory 19,127 19,871 2,16 21,84 21, Tasmania 12,911 12,199 12,96 12,464 13, Northern Territory 6,74 6,343 6,496 7,728 7, Not stated 17,539 19,58 17,54 16,736 16,

22 Table 11 Key characteristics of visitors from New South Wales Key characteristic January month Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 34,86 36,864 35,472 37,872 42,864 4, Holiday 16,44 16,72 16,48 18,8 21,264 3, Visiting friends & relatives 12,15 14,176 12,88 13,856 14, Business 4,11 3,536 4,64 3,872 4, Education Conferences & conventions Under 15 4,98 5,296 4,4 4,848 5, ,14 4,112 3,68 4,256 5,312 1, ,3 7,4 6,24 6,88 7, ,54 6,592 6,68 6,74 7, ,42 6,544 6,784 6,656 8,176 1, ,35 4,912 4,528 5,824 5, ,13 2,368 3,232 2,74 3, ,88 5,664 5,888 6,352 6, ,4 12,512 12, 12,48 16,68 4, ,42 13,648 12,48 13,232 14,24 1, ,69 3,28 3,312 3,968 3, and over 1,47 1,76 1,792 1,84 1, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 19,8 21,312 2, 22, 24,96 2, Christchurch airport 7,41 6,88 6,512 6,224 7,68 1, Queenstown airport 2,55 2,832 2,992 3,68 4,768 1, Wellington airport 3,63 4, 3,92 3,68 4, Seaports , Rotorua airport Closest port of flight Sydney 3,99 32,4 31,76 33,456 38,624 5, Coolangatta , Melbourne Brisbane Citizenship Australia 24,75 25,12 25,8 25,88 29,664 3, New Zealand 7,14 8,72 7,72 8,512 8, United Kingdom China, People's Republic of Symbol: not applicable 22

23 25. of visitors from New South Wales Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions Age of visitors from New South Wales Under Length of stay of visitors from New South Wales and over 23

24 Table 12 Key characteristics of visitors from New South Wales Key characteristic Year ended January Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 44,612 42,794 43,56 422, ,376 1, Holiday 164, ,38 149,88 164, ,136 6, Visiting friends & relatives 138,55 147, , , ,912 2, Business 71,639 72,636 72,848 73,92 76,336 2, Education 1,83 2,421 1,92 2,256 1, Conferences & conventions 14,16 12,422 11,88 13,264 13, Under 15 41,988 4,467 4,88 43,744 42,528-1, ,481 42,16 39,968 41,792 43,94 2, ,213 87,718 81,952 85,424 88,672 3, ,49 83,545 8,816 82,672 83, ,175 81,26 76,848 76,944 79,792 2, ,356 58,673 55,552 61,8 6, ,99 27,25 27,4 31,328 34,8 3, ,915 19,74 15,184 18,34 17,136-1, , ,9 138, , ,744 6, , ,843 19, , ,72 2, ,763 34,711 29,936 32,416 34,8 1, and over 21,972 21,446 19,776 2,432 21, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 229,635 25, , ,896 25,848 3, Christchurch airport 98,148 76,878 72,368 72,576 73, Queenstown airport 23,751 29,425 35,184 42,4 53,76 11, Wellington airport 41,665 51,332 48,496 5,144 47,72-3, Rotorua airport 4,59 5,234 5,72 4,976 4, Seaports 2,12 4,53 2,192 4,288 3,232-1, Dunedin airport 2,156 2,517 1,984 1,616 1, Closest port of flight Sydney 369,67 382, , , ,72 9, Coolangatta 8,175 8,656 8,72 8,56 8, Brisbane 1,766 9,783 7,968 7,632 8,768 1, Melbourne 6,984 7,479 6,8 7,24 8,48 1, Rarotonga 1,295 1,275 1,4 1,14 1,14. Apia Papeete ,28 1, Nadi 1, Tonga Los Angeles 89 1, Citizenship Australia 28, , ,92 281,712 29,368 8, New Zealand 88,168 99,79 1,912 12,592 11,488-1, United Kingdom 1,327 11,323 11,12 1,72 1, China, People's Republic of 2,355 1,672 2,864 3,376 4,448 1, Symbol: not applicable 24

25 of visitors from New South Wales Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions Age of visitors from New South Wales Under Length of stay of visitors from New South Wales and over 25

26 Table 13 Key characteristics of visitors from Queensland Key characteristic January month Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 24,18 22,192 24,768 26,448 29,632 3, Holiday 8,97 7,888 9,88 9,44 1,74 1, Visiting friends & relatives 12,27 11,648 12,368 14,16 15,56 1,4 7.4 Business 1,68 1,28 1,584 1,536 1, Education Conferences & conventions Under 15 3,39 2,944 3,584 3,44 4,448 1, ,97 2,72 2,976 3,136 3, ,8 3,76 4,48 4,68 5, ,45 3,28 3,824 4,4 4, ,65 4,28 4,352 5,152 4, ,78 3,584 3,664 3,536 4, ,86 1,696 2,32 2,176 2, ,49 2,432 2,848 3,216 3, ,11 6,832 7,696 7,888 9,456 1, ,97 8,816 9,88 9,664 1,944 1, ,66 2,416 3,2 3,392 3, and over 1,95 1,696 1,936 2,288 2, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 13,23 13,14 14,512 15,776 18,56 2, Christchurch airport 5,7 4,128 4,544 4,736 4, Wellington airport 2,67 2,464 3,264 3,328 3, Queenstown airport 1, ,168 1,184 2, Dunedin airport Closest port of flight Brisbane 18,33 16,384 18,528 19,152 21,536 2, Coolangatta 3,3 2,656 3,8 4, 4, Sydney 1,23 1,44 1,264 1,456 1, Melbourne Citizenship Australia 14,43 12,624 13,728 14,288 17,24 2, New Zealand 8,31 8,336 9,552 1,768 11, Symbol: not applicable 26

27 of visitors from Queensland. Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions 6. Age of visitors from Queensland Under Length of stay of visitors from Queensland and over 27

28 Table 14 Key characteristics of visitors from Queensland Key characteristic Year ended January Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 299,92 34,313 37,48 322, ,688 12, Holiday 12, , , , ,496 1, Visiting friends & relatives 133, , , ,792 16,512 6, Business 25,576 21,96 23,2 24,624 26,528 1, Education 1,48 1,161 1,312 1,424 1, Conferences & conventions 6,753 6,127 6,32 6,848 7, Under 15 37,16 38,139 39,56 41,4 42,8 1, ,71 36,637 36,496 38,544 4,576 2, ,212 55,134 57,856 6,464 6, ,682 49,919 49,296 5,496 52,32 1, ,696 56,112 55,12 57,216 59,54 2, ,187 45,365 45,328 47,872 48, ,318 23,7 24,256 26,736 29,776 3, ,691 46,796 45,552 46,832 49,792 2, ,247 96,575 99,664 17,712 11,56 2, ,925 12,84 16,88 18, ,512 3, ,557 35,36 32,544 34,432 36,944 2, and over 25,482 22,778 22,768 24,56 24, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 152,15 17, ,76 191, ,344 7, Christchurch airport 85,841 63,176 6,74 56,272 57,52 1, Wellington airport 29,596 32,518 35,216 36,624 36, Queenstown airport 13,819 18,963 17,248 24,928 3,16 5, Dunedin airport 9,427 9,28 1,48 1, 8,688-1, Seaports 1,681 3,95 1,44 2,736 2, Closest port of flight Brisbane 228,81 229,47 231, ,112 25,8 8, Coolangatta 36,233 39,377 38,24 42,848 45,264 2, Sydney 19,139 16,942 19,824 2,432 23,264 2, Melbourne 3,351 2,867 2,832 4,176 4, Cairns 5,332 7,535 7,264 3,552 2,32-1, Apia , Rarotonga 1,161 1,242 1,72 1,136 1, Papeete Citizenship Australia 181, ,117 17,68 18,74 186,864 6, New Zealand 14, ,723 12, ,136 13,848 5, United Kingdom 4,276 4,581 4,384 4,24 4, United States of America 983 1, ,12 1, Symbol: not applicable 28

29 of visitors from Queensland Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions Age of visitors from Queensland Under Length of stay of visitors from Queensland and over 29

30 Table 15 Key characteristics of visitors from Victoria Key characteristic January month Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 22,29 21,984 22,816 24,16 26,272 2, Holiday 9,81 9,584 1,592 1,74 11, Visiting friends & relatives 8,13 8,56 8,48 9,648 1, Business 2,73 2,576 2,68 2,272 3, Education Conferences & conventions Under 15 3,3 2,944 2,944 3,168 3, ,37 2,64 2,912 3,664 3, ,38 4,448 5,24 5,264 6, ,93 3,824 4,8 3,52 3, ,23 3,936 3,44 3,94 4, ,97 2,976 2,96 3,72 3, ,38 1,216 1,456 1,568 1, ,63 3,344 3,44 3,616 3, ,27 6,944 6,928 7,856 8, ,43 8,256 8,34 8,56 9, ,43 2,28 2,896 2,752 3, and over 1,53 1,232 1,248 1,376 1, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 13,56 12,848 13,52 13,728 15,88 2, Christchurch airport 4,86 4,16 4,56 4,88 4, Queenstown airport 1,5 1,552 1,568 2,128 2, Wellington airport 2,37 2,832 2,56 2,624 2, Closest port of flight Melbourne 19,74 19,76 2,8 21,744 24,96 2, Sydney 1, , Citizenship Australia 15,75 14,864 15,648 15,136 17,264 2, New Zealand 5,1 5,456 5,184 6,752 6, United Kingdom Symbol: not applicable 3

31 of visitors from Victoria. Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions Age of visitors from Victoria. Under Length of stay of visitors from Victoria and over 31

32 Table 16 Key characteristics of visitors from Victoria Key characteristic Year ended January Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 244, , ,68 274, ,256 7, Holiday 95,241 93,746 94,672 99,952 11,44 1, Visiting friends & relatives 83,433 94,256 99,584 14,96 18,368 3, Business 44,842 45,58 44,336 47,792 51,24 3, Education 1,441 1,125 1,536 1,712 1, Conferences & conventions 9,946 8,512 8,288 1,624 9,44-1, Under 15 22,33 23,925 23,584 25,168 25, ,979 25,392 27,8 29,776 31,56 1, ,2 58,215 6,768 65,184 66,848 1, ,891 48,754 49,2 5,784 52,256 1, ,192 48,79 45,472 5,8 51,216 1, ,236 34,451 35,152 35,744 36, ,785 15,1 16,496 18,112 19,472 1, ,269 6,391 6,432 64,896 65, ,484 83,346 86,112 95,216 96,848 1, ,671 72,798 75,344 75,24 78,72 3, ,934 23,885 22,64 24,176 25,54 1, and over 15,778 13,397 13,152 15,536 15, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 139, , , ,88 167,168 4, Christchurch airport 64,476 47,294 46,928 49,424 5,592 1, Wellington airport 28,5 31,923 32,784 35,92 35, Queenstown airport 9,554 16,181 19,264 24,16 28,96 4,8 17. Seaports 1,246 1, ,376 1, Dunedin airport 1,75 1,355 1,4 1, Closest port of flight Melbourne 219, , , , ,616 5, Sydney 14,32 1,423 8,736 1,74 13,312 2, Brisbane 2,861 2,356 1,984 2,96 2, Apia Rarotonga 1, ,152 1, Los Angeles 1,15 1, Papeete Citizenship Australia 167, ,58 164,8 172, 176,912 4, New Zealand 57,576 67,81 7,32 78, 79,936 1, United Kingdom 5,727 5,865 6,24 6,4 6, China, People's Republic of 966 1,78 1,664 2,48 2, Symbol: not applicable 32

33 12 of visitors from Victoria Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions Age of visitors from Victoria Under Length of stay of visitors from Victoria and over 33

34 Table 17 Key characteristics of visitors from Western Australia Key characteristic January month Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 7,65 9,8 9,696 11,28 11, Holiday 3,39 4,32 4,112 4,928 4, Visiting friends & relatives 3,36 3,984 4,448 5,584 5, Business Education Conferences & conventions Under 15 1,11 1,152 1,44 1,744 1, ,17 1,376 1,24 1,728 1, ,2 1,792 1,984 2,464 2, ,14 1,88 1,312 1,232 1, ,38 1,584 1,712 1,94 1, ,5 1,328 1,28 1,36 1, , ,23 1,584 1,88 2,64 2, ,55 3,24 3,424 4,512 4, ,68 1,888 2,32 2,496 2, and over 1,41 1,44 1,568 1,536 1, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 4,74 6,144 6,56 7,632 8, Christchurch airport 1,74 1,456 1,376 1,936 1, Wellington airport , Queenstown airport Closest port of flight Perth 2,4 2,848 2,88 4,624 5, Melbourne 1,98 2,24 3,168 2,416 2, Sydney 2,16 2,368 2,128 2,656 2, Brisbane Citizenship Australia 4,65 5,28 4,896 5,536 5, New Zealand 2,61 3,184 4,144 5,72 4, Symbol: not applicable 34

35 6. of visitors from Western Australia Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions 3. Age of visitors from Western Australia Under Length of stay of visitors from Western Australia and over 35

36 Table 18 Key characteristics of visitors from Western Australia Key characteristic Year ended January Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 79,345 86,269 97,248 18,224 17, Holiday 34,137 34,821 38,288 41,88 4, Visiting friends & relatives 33,475 39,193 45,88 53,792 54, Business 4,472 4,388 5,8 4,752 5, Education Conferences & conventions 2,314 1,881 1,824 2,176 2, Under 15 8,745 8,572 1,288 12,112 11, ,31 11,159 13,984 14,16 13, ,45 16,852 22,384 25,4 26,224 1, ,122 13,65 13,664 14,74 14, ,75 17,22 17,88 19,568 19, ,178 13,773 13,76 15,776 14,74-1, ,149 5,826 6,8 6,864 7, ,191 11,663 11,552 9,168 8, ,286 17,61 2,56 24, 24, ,116 28,264 34,272 39,4 39, ,62 15,327 17,48 19,536 19, and over 12,69 13,45 13,456 16,48 15, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 5,65 59,528 68,752 75,152 76,34 1, Christchurch airport 17,24 13,791 14,48 15,488 15, Queenstown airport 2,659 3,72 5,48 6,944 7, Wellington airport 6,724 7,25 7,14 8,592 6,992-1, Seaports Dunedin airport Closest port of flight Perth 27,326 3,645 34,944 4,34 45,12 4, Sydney 24,412 24,862 25,76 27,94 26,656-1, Melbourne 16,2 18,177 23,936 27,216 23,648-3, Brisbane 7,88 6,26 5,424 7,24 7, Rarotonga Los Angeles 1,392 1,58 1, Coolangatta 195 1,77 1, Citizenship Australia 46,511 47,863 49,424 51,744 5, New Zealand 27,64 32,552 41,76 49,856 49, United Kingdom 2,5 2,16 2,32 2,16 2, United States of America Symbol: not applicable 36

37 6 of visitors from Western Australia Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions 3 Age of visitors from Western Australia Under Length of stay of visitors from Western Australia and over 37

38 Table 19 Key characteristics of visitors from the People's Republic of China Key characteristic January month Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 14,55 23,344 18,768 3,128 25,68-4, Holiday 9,87 17,744 13,584 23,536 19,14-4, Visiting friends & relatives 2,64 3,344 2,432 4,112 3, Business , Education Conferences & conventions Under 15 1,59 2,992 1,824 4,544 2,48-2, ,14 2,28 1,424 2,416 2, ,37 3,552 3,8 4,8 4, ,15 5,712 4,112 8,576 4,784-3, ,42 5,56 4,352 5,376 5, ,16 3,8 3,8 3,232 4,368 1, ,4 1,94 2, , 8,56 8,48 8,34 8, ,85 4,944 3,888 4,416 5, ,89 4,8 2,16 8,368 4,736-3, ,35 2,192 1,728 4,624 2,576-2, and over 2,46 2,848 2,944 4,416 4, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 13,8 2,944 17,488 26,96 23,328-3, Christchurch airport 1,2 2, ,576 1, Closest port of flight Shanghai 1,74 2,68 2,592 4,112 5,984 1, Guangzhou 2,256 1,76 4,576 5,744 1, Brisbane 1,77 2,768 2,56 2,976 3, Sydney 2,49 3,28 3,344 4,16 3, Melbourne 1,77 2,384 2,72 2,752 2, Hong Kong 2,67 4,672 2,976 5,216 2,144-3, Coolangatta 1,53 1,376 1,344 1, Singapore 78 1, , , Citizenship China, People's Republic of 12,93 21,936 17,88 28,192 24,96-3, Symbol: not applicable 38

39 25. of visitors from China Holiday Visiting friends & relatives Business Education Conferences & conventions Age of visitors from China Under Length of stay of visitors from China and over 39

40 Table 2 Key characteristics of visitors from the People's Republic of China Key characteristic Year ended January Change Number Percent Total visitor arrivals 127, , ,448 24,288 26,416 2, Holiday 85,96 15, , ,184 19,592 11, Visiting friends & relatives 19,77 21,92 23,4 3,288 34,88 4, Business 1,834 12,526 15,856 12,576 12, Education 3,162 3,621 3,776 4,784 6,8 1, Conferences & conventions 1,517 1,312 1,84 1,296 1, Under 15 6,538 8,731 7,856 16,144 14,256-1, ,514 1,241 1,88 14,864 15,968 1, ,732 23,558 3,192 38,416 41,936 3, ,17 32,316 38,464 49,392 46,48-3, ,96 39,581 49,88 52,32 57,312 5, ,127 29,743 41,792 5,896 6,256 9, ,949 1,148 14,176 18,544 24,64 6, ,51 75,264 96,864 13,472 13, ,915 32,994 42,24 47,6 55,6 8, ,34 18,519 21,792 42,896 47,248 4, ,168 6,569 8,928 16,576 17, and over 18,399 2,972 22,624 29,744 37,248 7, Median New Zealand port Auckland airport 116, ,38 178,112 22, ,8 16, Christchurch airport 8,762 9,232 9,616 15,696 18,28 2, Queenstown airport ,984 2,416 3, Wellington airport 933 1,253 1,632 1,14 1, Closest port of flight Guangzhou 15,84 24,736 34,576 53,28 18, Shanghai 13,376 15,62 23,696 33,2 37,92 4, Brisbane 16,129 24,5 31,48 33,968 37,424 3, Sydney 23,973 21,855 28,176 36,896 36, Melbourne 18,714 22,494 31,6 31,584 33,88 2, Hong Kong 22,94 19,446 22,48 34,432 28,48-6, Coolangatta 13,893 14,461 15,616 13,4 13, Singapore 4,115 5,177 5,68 12,96 11, Seoul 1,558 1,517 1,52 3,296 2,224-1, Nadi ,664 1, Citizenship China, People's Republic of 118, , , , ,344 22, New Zealand 2,867 3,291 2,8 3,632 2, Hong Kong 1, ,376 1, United States of America 1, 1, 88 1,152 1, Symbol: not applicable 4

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