Travelling to Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United Kingdom are some of the most common destinations in Europe where the number of travellers travelling to the countries has fallen in the past few years.
Australia’s latest figures show the number has fallen from 11.4 million in the same period to 8.4.
In contrast, the United States has recorded a rise of 10.4 per cent.
The figures show that countries like Spain, Greece and Italy have also experienced significant growth in the number and number of passengers.
According to the statistics, Spain has recorded the largest increase in passengers since the year 2000 with more than 5.4 billion passengers travelling to its territories in the first half of the year.
A separate report from Eurostat also showed a 10.7 per cent rise in the total number of journeys, which the European Union is calling the ‘new normal’.
But while Spain has experienced the biggest increase, the number travelling to other countries is down from the same time last year.
The United Kingdom saw a 15.2 per cent decrease in passengers in the second half of last year to 2.3 billion.
It is the only EU country to report a fall in numbers, with Britain down from 3.6 billion to 3.1 billion.
Austria, Denmark and Switzerland have all recorded a decrease in the numbers of travellers, with Austria down from 8.3 million to 7.8 million and Denmark down from 7.2 million to 6.9 million.
In a separate report by Eurostat, the countries that recorded the biggest decrease in travellers over the last five years are Austria, Denmark, France and Germany.
There were also falls in the rate of travellers who travelled abroad, with Denmark recording the smallest drop at 1.8 per cent, followed by France at 3.4 and Germany at 4.1 per cent per annum.
Eurostat said the biggest drop in the overall number of people travelling abroad was recorded in Ireland.
It reported that the number had fallen by almost 4 million, with more people living abroad now.