Tourism industry stuck in a $45.4bn hole

25 May 2020

With borders closed for the foreseeable future, tourism is preparing to emerge from hibernation facing a $45.4bn international tourist-shaped hole and a drastically changed ecosystem.

And while redirected overseas holidays will plug some of that gap, considerable doubt remains over how much and where that money will be spent.

Read more as Gabby Walters, Associate Professor in tourism disaster recovery at UQ Business School speaks with The Australian about the population’s travel preferences once restrictions are lifted.

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Find out how UQ Business School is supporting the tourism industry with a subsidised online course in Tourism Management, and learn directly from Gabby.