Of the total wages & salaries paid by businesses and organisations to workers in Newcastle of $8.885 billion it is estimated that tourism contributes $299.199 million.
Tourism - an amalgam of activities across various industry sectors such as retail, accommodation, cafes & restaurants, cultural & recreational services. The tourism industry sector services the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes not related to the exercise of an activity remunerated from within the place visited. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics National Accounts Tourism Satellite Account.
Wages & Salaries - refers to the value of entitlements earned by employees from their employers for services rendered, includes wages and salaries received by employees in cash and in kind (e.g. provision of food, accommodation or motor vehicles), and employers' social contributions such as superannuation contributions and workers' compensation premiums. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics Cat. 5209.0.55.001.
Source: REMPLAN tourism estimates based on 2016-17, Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Tourism Satellite Account.
All figures, data and commentary presented in this software are based on data sourced from the Australia Bureau of Statistics (ABS), most of which relates to the 2016, 2011, 2006 and 2001 Censuses, and other government agencies.
Using ABS datasets and an input / output methodology industrial economic data estimates for defined geographic regions are generated.
This software is provided in good faith with every effort made to provide accurate data and apply comprehensive knowledge. However, REMPLAN does not guarantee the accuracy of data nor the conclusions drawn from this information. A decision to pursue any action in any way related to the figures, data and commentary presented in this software is wholly the responsibility of the party concerned. REMPLAN advises any party to conduct detailed feasibility studies and seek professional advice before proceeding with any such action and accept no responsibility for the consequences of pursuing any such action.
Click here for more information