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Victoria Tourism Bulletins

All transportation and conference statistics are up from 2017, but hotel occupancy is down 4.18 % from February 2017, and 1.76% YTD. Weather conditions have been poor, affecting close-in visitation on weekends. Regardless of the poor weather, Victoria’s flower count took place this year, March 7-14th, resulting in a grand total of 3,467,394,781 blossoms!

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February 28, 2018 by admin

All January tourism indicators improved compared to the same month last year which is a great way to start 2018. Of note is the increase in conference centre delegate days. With Tourism Victoria now managing conference centre marketing activities and numerous events booked for this year, we anticipate this sector will perform well in 2018. Also of note is that the January performance of the accommodation sector has improved for the fifth year in a row – with a modest year-over-year increase in occupancy and notable increases in ADR and RevPAR.

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January 31, 2018 by admin

Check out Chemistry’s 2017 Victoria Year in Review graphs. These graphs plot the performance of a number of key tourism indicators between 2011 and 2017.

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December 31, 2017 by admin

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