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The principal aim of this exploratory study is to develop and test the initial stages of a framework to assess the sustainability of marine wildlife tourism operations in Western Australia. In particular, this study uses the available research as a guide to understanding ecological, environmental, operational and social impacts of marine wildlife tourism on both marine wildlife and humans and subsequently develops a wildlife-auditing framework.

by Kate Rodger, Amanda Smith, Claire Davis, David Newsome and Philip Patterson

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In 2010, the Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) at the University of Technology, Sydney was commissioned to develop a set of Australian tourism Sustainability Performance Indicators (SPI) relevant at the national and destination levels. The project was managed by the National Tourism Alliance (NTA) and was directed by a National Steering Committee that represented the major stakeholder organisations in the industry, including the major peak industry bodies.  This report, which is the second of three final reports from the project, outlines the process undertaken to develop the indicator framework.

by Institute for Sustainable Futures

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This report comprises three main parts, the first defines the nature of strata titled tourism accommodation. The second provides an overview of the strata title legal provisions applying in each Australian state and territory. The third part identifies the parties involved in the strata titled tourism accommodation (STTA) sector and STTA complex management issues arising.

by Chris Guilding, Allan Ardill, Jan Warnken, Kelly Cassidy and Kimberley Everton-Moore

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This study was undertaken as a scoping study for future research into long haul flight issues and to complement the existing forecasting models and the scenario building that is currently underway with respect to Australia’s future tourism directions.

by Peter Murphy, Tracy Harrison-Hill, Lindsay Turner and Yan Zhang

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