Australian Tourism Export Council managing director Peter Shelley said accommodation was becoming more available and prices had fallen.
Western Australia‘s tourism sector is gearing up to take advantage of a resurgence in the industry as the resources boom eases.
The number of overnight visits by interstate and intrastate tourists to Perth increased by 8. 6 per cent from 7. 1 m in 12 months ending in March 2013 to approximately 7. 7m by the end of March this year.
“With the easing of the resources boom, it’s opening up for tourism to come back strongly, which is what we’re seeing,” Mr Shelley said.
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