Chinese visitors splashed out an incredible $21 million a day while holidaying in Australia in the year to September, for a total spend of $7.7 billion. The astounding figure surpassed all expectations with Tourism Australia originally forecasting Chinese spending would reach $7.4 billion in 2020. The quarterly snapshot of overseas visitors down under also showed double digit growth in tourists from India, the US, Hong Kong and Singapore, and an overall rise in spending of 13% to $34 billion for the year to September. The weaker currency and the "Bindi factor" are thought to be helping to lure more Americans to Australia following on from the Sunshine Coast teenager's success in the US Dancing with the Stars. Find out more.