Unfiltered or raw detections occur when a visitor is near or passes a detection beacon. A visitor may be detected several times during their visit, or may be an employee or resident in the region.
A tourist is defined as a visitor which has not been detected for more than 5 of the last 30 days, suggesting a short term stay or day trip to the region.
Overnight visitors are detections which returned visited for two consecutive days in a row.
The average visit duration for a tourist visitor across all sites.
The number of sites that an individual tourist visited during the time period (up to 4 sites). *24 hour period
The percentage of visitors for each hour of the day for the selected time period.
Olivers Road/Osborn Road
Chapel Hill Road
Olivers Road/Chalk Hill Road
Corner of Main and Stump Hill Roads
Main Road/McMurtrie Intersection