Night Time Economy research
This research project has captured the scale, diversity and direction of development of local, state and national night time economy activity in Australia since its commencement in 2009.
The annual research provides an analysis of all major city councils in Australia – a total of 88 Local Government Areas, and provides insights into the numbers of employees, businesses and sales across a range of organisations predominantly active in the evening and night time (across the ANZSIC codes of Drink, Entertainment and Food businesses).
The report available below, reports National and State and some Local outcomes. An online profiler tool is available on an annual subscription which provides access data and graphs as required.
Please contact the CCCLM Secretariat for further information.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the CCCLM commissioned research to obtain and analyse city data sets that would measure the economic impacts and recovery of Australia’s capital cities. The report City Pulse will be updated quarterly, and available below.
- July 2022 – P22-03-01_CCCLM_QReport_July2022_website_version
- October 2022 – P22-03-01_CCCLM_QReport_October2022_091022
- January 2023 – P22-03-01_CCCLM_QReport_January