Source = ETB News: Lana Bogunovich With Dubai’s continuing development and the partnership between Emirates and Qantas which has seen airlift increase to 14 flights per day between Australia and Dubai, a significant amount for further growth out of Australia is expected. Dubai Tourism Australia’s director Julie King and general manager trade relations and partnerships With Dubai’s Tourism Vision 2020 plan underway, which has set out to double the amount of annual visitors from 10 million to 20 million in 2020, Australia is one of the nations identified as having significant potential for growth. Currently in the 11th spot on Dubai’s top ten source markets list, Australia is expected to climb that ladder after Dubai welcomed 39 per cent more Aussie visitors in 2013 compared to 2012, identifying Australia as Dubai’s biggest growth market last year. Dubai Tourism is set to expand its presence in Australia to include representatives for Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania in order to meet increasing industry demand and travel growth from Australia to Dubai. Dubai’s diverse offerings of experiences across its attractions, shopping, gastronomy and world class hotels for business, leisure and family travellers alike, currently attracts more than three million Australians annually.