The charts below give information about attendance at entertainment venues and admission prices to those venues in 2009. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
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The following bar chart illustrates attendance and ticket price at a number of different events, in the year 2009.
Overall, we can see that the movie theatre had the largest number of admissions by far, with approximately 1.15 million.
In contrast, sports had the lowest by a considerable margin, with around 150,000. The cinema
alsohad the cheapest ticket prices on average,
whereasfootball games were the most expensive to attend. When specifically looking at sports, AFL football games were the most expensive for both individual and family tickets, at $75 and $298 respectively.
On the other hand, cricket games demonstrated the least expensive entry prices, at just $24 per head, and $80 for a family of four. In comparison, theme parks and the cinema were far more affordable.
For example, we can visualise from the data that theme parks had the most significant saving on family tickets, with a huge $70 discount, compared to buying four single tickets. Meanwhile, the movie theatre entry price was just $15 per person. Far less than any other event.
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