Accommodation Rates on the improve

accommodation rates

Accommodation rates on the North West Coast continue to improve according to the Tasmanian Hospitality Associations latest statistics.
Occupancy rates for last month reached a healthy 61.22% a six year high, and a jump of over 7.5 % on last year’s November figure.
THA General manager Steve Old said its pleasing to see more visitors heading to regional areas around the state as Tasmania’s reputation as a top destination continues to grow.
The new statistics prove more people are choosing the NW as a place to visit and stay.

It comes as the south of the state enjoyed 90% occupancy rates for November, for the first time since 2008.

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