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Tourism Australia

Lead Body
Enabling legislation

Annual report prepared under section 46 of the PGPA Act.
Additional annual report requirement
Other requirements and references to ‘annual report’ under the enabling legislation

Outcome #1: Grow demand and foster a competitive and sustainable Australian tourism industry through partnership marketing to targeted global consumers in key markets.
# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Supporting Outcome 1 Tourism Australia

Target audiences: The Australian tourism industry and trade and distribution partners in key international markets

1.1.11 Grow Demand Tourism Australia
1.1.22 Industry Development Tourism Australia
# Program Body Contribution
1.2 Programs to promote Australia's exports and other international economic interests Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade)

Austrade has Commonwealth responsibility for international and domestic tourism policy and issues official tourism statistics. Austrade provides the information to Tourism Australia to promote the export of Australian tourism services, contributing to Australia's prosperity.

1.7 Programs to Promote Australia's International Tourism Interests Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

The program provides funding to Tourism Australia to deliver Outcome 1.

3.2 Trade Facilitation and Industry Engagement Department of Home Affairs

Tourism Australia works with the Department of Home Affairs by providing advice on visa and traveller facilitation policy relevant to the Australian tourism industry. Table continued on the next page.

2.4 Air Transport Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts

An efficient, sustainable, competitive, safe and secure air transport system contributes increasing international visitor arrivals and expenditure, and growing demand for Australia as a destination for tourism and business events.

3.1 Regional development Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts

Tourism Australia works in partnership with state and territory governments, industry and commercial partners to build demand and increase visitor arrivals and spend in Australia, including encouraging international visitors to disperse beyond gateway cities into regional areas.