Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation

Tourism Statistics

The Tourism Research Division, Department of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation, is responsible for providing high quality and timely statistical and research information in support of planning and decision making.

As part of this mandate, the division maintains a comprehensive statistical database that permits the measurement and monitoring of various key statistical indicators on the travel/tourism industry including:

  • Air, auto and cruise passenger movements (including provincial estimates on the level of non-resident visitor volumes and expenditures)
  • Operating statistics for the province's accommodation sector
  • Visitation statistics for numerous facilities and sites in the province

The division is committed to sharing and disseminating this information and regularly prepares and publishes a variety of reports covering provincial tourism performance, industry outlooks, and information on non-resident visitors as well as results of primary and secondary research projects.

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Provincial Visitor Exit Survey

2018 Tourism Indicators

2017 Tourism Indicators

2016 Tourism Indicators

2015 Tourism Indicators

Newfoundland and Labrador Non-Resident Travel Motivations Survey

2014 Tourism Indicators

2013 Tourism Indicators

2012 Tourism Indicators

2010/2011 Tourism Research Program

2011 Tourism Indicators

2010 Tourism Indicators

2009 Tourism Indicators

2008 Tourism Indicators

2007 Tourism Indicators

2006 Tourism Indicators

2005 Tourism Indicators

2004 Tourism Indicators

2003 Tourism Indicators

2003-2004 Newfoundland & Labrador Exit Survey


For other publications released by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation, please visit the publications section of this website. If you have any questions or require additional tourism related research or statistics, please contact:

Roger Haynes

Tel: (709) 729-2976


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