Tourism Council WA's Evan Hall is calling for an additional $27m funding for state tourism.

Interstate tourism to WA down 30%

The number of interstate leisure visitors to Western Australia has declined a massive 29.6 per cent over the past year, according to data released today by Tourism Research Australia.


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We are just to expensive here. Try going to Rotto v Gold Coast. Same costs even with Airfaires. If the cost of a ferry ride was $10.00 then people would go. Why do we need the Luxury Ferries at Top Dollar. Bring back the Tamarea 2!

Osborne Park, WA
Why build a big fancy hotel on Rottnest. Why not build ECO accomodation Like on Woody Island, Esperance - see Get the number of local tourists up and with higher volumes the ferry prices can be lowered. Some imagination in WA Tourism would go a long way to boosting tourisim.

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