VISITORS FROM AUSTRALIA WERE UP 15.8% IN 2015
New Caledonia’s latest visitor arrival figures confirm Australia’s closest Pacific island destination, with its European sophistication and island relaxation, is attracting more Australian travellers to its shores.
New statistics show a 15.8 percent increase of Aussies visiting New Caledonia in 2015, compared to 2014 adding to the overall 14.9 per cent year-on-year for 2014 compared to 2013.
and securing Australia in second position behind France for inbound visitation.
With the capital, Nouméa only two hours from Brisbane, under three hours from Sydney and less than four hours from Melbourne, New Caledonia is fast becoming a destination where travellers can ‘have it all’. From soft adventure, exceptional cuisine, unique culture, luxury accommodation and natural wonders, including the largest lagoon in the world, New Caledonia is an all-encompassing experience.
This growth is set to continue in 2016 with the launch of the second phase of the ‘Hello Neighbour’ campaign.