Australia’s most generous and least generous tips

He wasn’t surprised to see Tasmania “banging over its weight” with its world-class produce and local economy built on travel and hospitality, while Victoria’s higher average tip compared to NSW is likely to give Sydney “a bit of oil in it.” Pour Fire” – rivalry in Melbourne.

More broadly, post-pandemic Australians were more willing to spend when people lacked face-to-face interaction. “Just to be able to provide that extra level of human service — as good as the technology is, you still need that element to be absolutely successful,” Pfisterer said.

Mobile table ordering app me&u founder Stevan Premutico said late last year that tipping via the app had increased by 27.5 percent after lockdown ended.

Hospitality workers who are on rosters after 10:00 p.m. during the second half of the week also receive the highest tips, with the average rising to as much as $46.

In general, Australians tip most generously on Tuesdays ($17 on average), with Monday being the lowest day for tipping ($13).

“If you take a job in a service industry, avoid working on Mondays,” joked Pfisterer. “Well not seriously but obviously there’s a correlation coming out of the weekend.”

Aside from hospitality, Australians also leave important tips behind for charities, beauticians, retailers and travel-related businesses.

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Brian Lowry

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