State of the Nation
Sydney, Australia, 22 March, 2016 – Expedia.com.au has today released further findings from its annual State of the Nation report, revealing Australians are increasingly embracing multi-generational travel, seeing it as an opportunity to spend quality time with the whole family, not only a chance for a free trip from the oldies and a helping hand with the kids.
In the lead up to the Easter holidays, Expedia is seeing searches for family hotel rooms increase more than 20% year-on-year*, as more than a third (35%) of Australian travellers report they have been on holiday with more than one generation of their family in the last two years, rising to 46% among Australian parents** with children 17 and under. Read more
Expedia ‘State of the Nation’ travel report reveals changing trends
- Aussies taking flight younger and more often than their parents
- City slickers vs. country counterparts in the battle of the boarding past
- Families heading farther afield – USA and Canada growing in popularity
Expedia.com.autoday released its inaugural ‘State of the Nation’ report, delving deep into the behaviour of Australian travellers, revealing those aged 24 and under are shaping the future of Aussie travel; taking off earlier and travelling farther and more frequently. Read more