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April 27, 2015
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Australia: Sydney Tops for Tourists


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Almost 32.5 million people visited Sydney in 2013-14, up 11.4 per cent on the previous year.

The rate of increase in international and domestic visitor numbers to Sydney is more than twice that of most other domestic destinations.

Many of the other capital cities and tourist hotspots all recorded falls in visitors in the year to June 30, according to Tourism Research Australia. The Gold Coast saw 800,000 fewer visitors, Tropical North Queensland lost 600,000, Melbourne shed 405,000, Hobart saw 213,000 fewer, Canberra was down 92,000 and Brisbane saw 69,000 less visitors.

The regions also took a hit, with the Central Coast in NSW losing 451,000 visitors and the Lakes in Victoria shedding 213,000.

Perth, Adelaide and Darwin along with the Barossa, Eyre Peninsula and Kakadu regions all saw improved numbers.

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