The Economic Contribution of the Cruise Sector to Australia

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The economic contribution of the cruise sector to Australia
Carnival Australia
29 February 2012

Deloitte Access Economics Pty Ltd ACN: 149 633 116 Level 1, 9 Sydney Ave Barton ACT 2600 PO Box 6334 Kingston ACT 2604 Tel: +61 2 6175 2000 Fax: +61 2 6175 2001 www.deloitte.com.au

Ann Sherry Chief Executive Officer Carnival Australia 15 Mount Street, North Sydney, NSW, 2060 29 February 2012 Dear Ann Economic contribution of the cruise sector to Australia – Update The report outlines the economic contribution of the cruise sector to the Australian economy. The report is based on information compiled from Carnival Australia and the recently released report from Cruise Down Under the Economic Impact Assessment of the Cruise Shipping Industry in Australia 2010-11. The report also builds upon work undertaken by Deloitte Access Economics to measure the economic contribution of the cruise sector in Australia undertaken in 2008 and 2009.

Yours sincerely,

Ric Simes Director Deloitte Access Economics Pty Ltd

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Economic Contribution of the cruise sector

Contents
Executive Summary ................................................................................................................... 5 1 2 Introduction .................................................................................................................... 8 Tourism ........................................................................................................................... 9 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Australian tourism sector .................................................................................................. 9 Australian cruise sector ................................................................................................... 10 Passenger and crew forecasts ......................................................................................... 12 Cruise activity by Australians........................................................................................... 16 The global cruise industry ............................................................................................... 19 Portside cruise activity .................................................................................................... 20 Total economic contribution ........................................................................................... 22 Growth in the Australian cruise industry ......................................................................... 23 New South Wales and Sydney ......................................................................................... 26 Queensland and Brisbane ............................................................................................... 28 Victoria ........................................................................................................................... 31 South Australia ............................................................................................................... 32 Western Australia ........................................................................................................... 34 Tasmania ........................................................................................................................ 35 Northern Territory .......................................................................................................... 37 Infrastructure ................................................................................................................. 39 Port costs ....................................................................................................................... 40 Shipping reform .............................................................................................................. 41 Fuel...
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