Tasmania at its Best

Tasmania at its Best

Tasmania’s historic past is no dead and dusty creature – it’s a living, breathing spirit that reaches out from its place in time, everywhere you tread.

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Inglewood community develop the town’s heritage museum

The Brumby Labor Government wants to ensure Inglewood residents can share their town’s proud history with the rest of Victoria and that’s why we are supporting the development of the museum on this heritage site.

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Cathy Dunn Heritage Tourism Consultant

Cathy Dunn Heritage Tourism Consultant

Heritage Tourism Marketing and development plans. Marketing – Media -etourism. Project manager of www.heritagetourism.com.au.

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Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay is one of the most spectacular locations on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia. It is home to a flourishing diversity of native plants and animals and is famous for its dolphin population as well as being a regular haven for a number of species of whales.

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Sapphire Coast NSW

Wilderness wonderland, located between Melbourne and Sydney on the South Coast of NSW, the Sapphire Coast.

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Montreal Goldfield

Site of a gold rush between 1880 and 1883. The first claim was registered on September 17, 1880 and by mid October Montreal was bigger than Bermagui.

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Montague Island

Montague Island

Experience Montague Island, a stunning nature reserve located on New South Wales’ south coast, nine kilometres offshore from the small coastal township of Narooma.

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Tourism On Country

Tourism NT’s “Tourism On Country” Newsletter is produced and distributed on a quarterly basis.

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Developing natural and cultural heritage tourism in Australia

Developing natural and cultural heritage tourism in Australia

A guide for tourism operators, heritage managers and communities to understand the issues involved for tourism at heritage places.

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Creation of historic theme accommodation village

Creation of historic theme accommodation village

As it was approaching the centenary of Federation the idea developed to recreate accommodation cottages of the federation era.

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How should Historians be involved with Tourism

History is a vital companion to tourism. Tourists want to see ‘old things’, places where their ancestors lived, learn about things their ancestors did. The study of history can help to identify places and objects of interest to tourists and holiday makers.

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