Australia has one of the most diverse and interesting cultures of any country in the world, but it doesn’t have the best tourist attractions.
This is according to the World Economic Forum (WEF) rankings for the top 10 most popular destinations.
But the top destinations in terms of tourism revenue are Singapore and Australia, with Australia’s dollar ranking No.1 and Singapore at No.7.
In terms of dollar volume, Australia was ranked No.10 with a tourism industry worth around $100 billion.
But this was despite the fact the country had the second-worst economy per capita in the region.
In fact, according to a report released last year by the Australian Tourism Commission (ATCC), it is Australia’s lowest economic performance per capita out of the top-10.
The report’s authors say the country is not the most developed of the seven countries they analysed, but in terms in terms with economic growth and tourism, it ranks at the bottom of the list.
“Australia’s economy is one of our best, but our tourism and travel industries are still very low in comparison to other countries,” said Paul Hargreaves, executive director of the ATCC.
Tourism and tourism revenue fell by $10.5 billion in 2016-17, with tourism revenue accounting for a little over $100 million. “
In terms of overall economic performance, the performance of the tourism industry is quite low compared to other places in the OECD.”
Tourism and tourism revenue fell by $10.5 billion in 2016-17, with tourism revenue accounting for a little over $100 million.
The average annual revenue for Australian travellers last year was $3,092, down $844 on the previous year.
According to the ATAC, Australia is on track to have the highest per capita revenue per capita of any nation in the developed world.
The country has a population of about 2.5 million, a population density of around 10 people per square kilometre, and it is a country with a history of being relatively safe for people to live and work.
Australia is also home to the world’s highest proportion of foreign visitors, around 12 per cent, according the OECD.
But with the economy struggling to cope with the high cost of living, the country’s population is falling and the number of people travelling to Australia has declined.
Australia’s most popular destination is Sydney, with the city the most popular of the country.
But there are also other popular destinations in the country, such as Darwin, Adelaide and Perth.
The top five cities for travellers are Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth and Darwin.
Source: The Conversation.com