The honeymoon destinations on Australia’s popular holiday destination of New South Wales have been inundated with new arrivals and it’s no surprise to see a surge in the number of people arriving.
The arrival of new arrivals on the Sunshine Coast has been the main driver of an upturn in holidaymakers’ numbers, with more than 200,000 people choosing to spend time in the state in the past 12 months.
The Sunshine Coast region is one of the most popular destinations in the country for visitors from around the world, and it has seen a surge of tourists from around Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
The number of holidaymakers arriving in New South, with about 80,000, has increased from about 40,000 in 2015.
New South’s population has also increased dramatically from 4.5 million to about 6.5.
The region’s tourism industry has seen its revenue double over the past decade, with a record-breaking $4.8 billion earned by the tourism industry in 2016.
Photo: Chris Hopkins “We’re seeing a huge number of new people come from Asia and the United States to visit the Sunshine coast, especially from the Middle Eastern countries,” New South Tourism Manager Michael Tann said.
Mr Tann, who is based in New York, said the Sunshine’s popularity among the international visitors was largely down to its proximity to the US. “
It’s a great destination to go to.”
Mr Tann, who is based in New York, said the Sunshine’s popularity among the international visitors was largely down to its proximity to the US.
“In the past few years, we’ve had more Americans than people from the US,” he said.
The state’s population of about 9 million is expected to continue to grow in the next few years as people from all over the world continue to move to the Sunshine.
“We’ve got people from Japan, Germany, Italy, from all the surrounding countries, Australia, New Zealand and Canada,” he explained.
“When they get here, they really get attached to the beach. “
They love the ocean and the ocean surrounds them.” “
When they get here, they really get attached to the beach.
They love the ocean and the ocean surrounds them.”
It’s the same in the Sunshine suburbs.
“People are coming in and they want to go out, they want the beach, they love the sun,” Mr Tanny said.
Mr Tany said the region’s population growth has also been helped by an increased number of visitors from other parts of Australia.
“You’ve got a lot more Chinese people, you’ve got lots more Chinese tourists coming into New South than you’ve had in a while,” he added.
“As a result, the population of New Zealand has gone up significantly, the US population has gone down and so have the Australian population.”
“The Sunshine Coast is becoming a bit of a tourist destination and a destination for all sorts of other Australians, particularly the Australians who come to the region for holidays.”
The region is also seeing a rise in people from Asia, which has also contributed to a significant increase in people visiting the Sunshine region.
“The Chinese and Japanese populations are coming to the area, the Taiwanese and Koreans are coming and we’ve got the Australian Chinese population,” Mr Tamanna said.
Photo by James Macrae The region also has a significant Asian population that is also returning to New South for holiday.
Mr Tamann said that Asian people were now a major part of New Spain’s tourism market.
“Asian people are coming back, they’ve come back to New Spain for the first time in almost two decades,” he confirmed.
“Now they are here in droves and they have families and it just shows the number and diversity of the community here.”
There’s a lot to see and do here, and people can just get away from it all for a little bit.
“When you come back here you’ll notice that the beach is a bit different, you’ll see the different colours, you will see the rocks, the beach has a different feel to it.”
It’s just a wonderful place to visit and we just can’t wait to see what’s next for the Sunshine.