Australian Bureau of Statistics
8695.0 - Accommodation Industry, Australia, 2000-01
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 26/07/2002
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At the end of June 2001, there were 5,884 employing businesses in the accommodation industry, operating from 6,525 separate accommodation establishments. Small business employing less than 20 persons made up 85% of all business in the industry, while large businesses (those with employment of 100 or more persons) only accounted for 3% of total businesses.
In 2000-01, the total income received by businesses in the accommodation industry was $8,286m. Of the total income, $5,001m (60%) was received from takings for accommodation, $1,393m (17%) was received from takings for meals and $613m (7%) from the sale of liquor and other beverages. The majority (58%) of businesses in the industry received income from the provision of meals, but only 38% of businesses received income from the sale of liquor and other beverages.
Total expenses of businesses in the accommodation industry in 2000-01 were $7,680m. Labour costs ($2,739m) were the largest expense item, accounting for 36% of total expenses. Other major expenses were purchases ($1,017m), rent, leasing and hiring expenses ($682m), interest expenses ($513m) and depreciation and amortisation ($410m).
At the end of June 2001, the total employment in the accommodation industry was 106,051 persons, a 12% increase since June 1998.
ACCOMMODATION INDUSTRY, Key Figures
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