Tag Archive | "Tourism development"

Kimberley Tourism

Kimberley Tourism

The Kimberley region in Western Australia will be included in Tourism Australia’s National Landscapes Program and will feature prominently within Australia’s future international tourism marketing.

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Bureaucracy and Tourism Like Chalk And Cheese

In the area of tourism, it is the government’s role to introduce strategies to grow the industry.

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An Indigenous tourism story audit tool

An Indigenous tourism story audit tool

This research developed a Story Audit Tool to be used in the field with Indigenous people and other key informants to collect local stories for use in tourism enterprises and marketing.

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It’s official. NSW is the nation’s favourite tourist destination

It’s official. NSW is the nation’s favourite tourist destination

New independent figures released today show NSW enjoyed a bumper end to 2009 with domestic overnight visitors to the State increasing by 7 per cent.

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Yass Valley Heritage Tramway Tourism Feasibility Study

Yass Valley Heritage Tramway Tourism Feasibility Study

Expression of interest for Feasibility Study to determine the tourism potential for reopening the Yass Valley Heritage Tramway.

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The Cultural Moment in Heritage Tourism

The Cultural Moment in Heritage Tourism

Call for papers: This work explores the cultural and social work that both the act of visiting, and the provision of heritage sites for touristic use, does – it aims to capture the cultural moment in heritage tourism.

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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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How should Historian be involved with Tourism

How should Historian be involved with Tourism

There can be a judicious mix of history and tourism provided that tourism ventures provide the correct history and not a jumbled version. And that is where the role of professional historians can come in, as they are the people who should be providing the information to tourism operators.

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