May 27, 2020

Markets with stronger local demand will fare better.  

Some of the key highlights include:

  • Brisbane was the strongest performing market over the year to March 2020, albeit with RevPAR growth of just under 1%
  • International visitor arrivals reached a new high of 8.7m for the year ending December 2019, an increase of only 0.2% on 2018
  • Spending by domestic visitors for the year ending December 2019 was $80.7bn, up 12.4% on 2018, whilst overnight spend by international visitors was $31.4bn, up 4.0% on 2018
  • Annual RevPAR declined nationally by 5.7% to $131 over the year to March 2020
  • National occupancy declined 4.4% to 70.9% while ADR declined 1.4% to $184 over the same period
  • Hotel sales volume for Q1 2020 ~$100 million


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Contact


Chinmay Chitale
Research Manager - CBRE Hotels
Head of Hotels Research 
[email protected]



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