- In the first quarter of 2017, 1.2 million people with disabilities or long term health conditions travelled domestically to stay overnight in NSW. Around a quarter came from Sydney (24%), followed by the South Coast (8.5%), Central Coast (8%) and the Hunter (7.5%). From interstate, Queensland and Victoria were top source markets (at 12.5% and 11%, respectively).
- 'Private vehicle or company car’ (80%) was the most popular form of transport used by domestic visitors with disabilities or long term health conditions, followed by ‘aircraft’ (11%) and ‘railway’ (6%).
Source: Tourism and Transport Plan Future Transport 2056