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The extension of TSA’s to the state or regional level is still in its infancy internationally. To develop this TSA for the state of New South Wales, we have utilised the data sources from the national TSA published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and statistical data from the Bureau of Tourism Research (BTR). In terms of tourism commodities and industries for New South Wales, the results are consistent with those for the national TSA.

by Larry Dwyer, Peter Forsyth, Ray Spurr and Thiep Ho
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Economic Impacts of Tourism on the Gold Coast – Gold Coast Tourism Region [GCTV Project #3.1 (Part 1b)]

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This is an independent study focusing on the economic impact of tourism in the broader geographic context of the Gold Coast Tourism Region by all visitors to the region. It is based on official 1998/99 Commonwealth and State government statistics. The study provides an analysis of economic input-output tables for the Gold Coast Tourism Region in the context of tourism.

by Guy West and Barbara Bayne
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This study focuses on the economic impact of tourism in the Gold Coast City region by visitors staying in commercial accommodation and is based on official 1996/97 Commonwealth and State government statistics. The study provides an analysis of economic input-output tables for Gold Coast City in the context of tourism.

by Guy West and Barbara Bayne
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Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models are now extensively used to estimate impacts of changes and policies across sectors, including tourism. CGE modelling has been used to simulate the economic impacts of an increase in international, interstate and intrastate tourism to New South Wales and on the rest of Australia.

by Larry Dwyer, Peter Forsyth, Ray Spurr, and Thiep Ho
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This report outlines the findings of case studies conducted in Queensland, South Australia and Victoria as part of a broader project investigating the ways in which regional tourism is enhanced and developed through integrated food and wine strategies. This analysis is based on exploratory visits and in-depth interviews with key stakeholders and leaders in two wine tourism regions in each state. A case study approach was used, entailing the collection of information on regional products, the levels of collaboration within the regions, the leadership of ‘regional champions’ and the importance of brand recognition and development.

by Beverley Sparks, Marg Deery, Linda Roberts, Jenny Davies, Lorraine Brown & Jane Malady

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Good Living Tourism: Selected Wine and Food Regions of Queensland, South Australia & Victoria

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One Man’s Trash is another Man’s Treasure: Strategies to Minimise Waste and Examples of Innovative Ways that “Trash” is Being Given a New Lease on Life to Enable Communities Globally

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This presentation provides an overview of Victorian waste statistics and reprocessing industries, and outlines the socio/economic impact of recycling natural along with a range of recovery systems and trends.

by Michael Skudutis, Veolia Environmental Services

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The first section of this report, the literature review, outlines the major components of research diffusion and diffusion theory including innovation development, decision-making processes and adopter categories. The second and third sections of the report will outline the research methods and survey results. The final section of the report will provide an analysis and discussion of the survey results and the implications these have for the STCRC.

 

by Chris Cooper, Leo Jago, Jack Carlsen and Lisa Ruhanen
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Although food and wine is an important dimension of the tourism industry, little research has been conducted into the nature or role of restaurant experiences in adding to the tourism product. This study delves into the beliefs, values and attitudes of consumers to ascertain what they value and why.

by Beverley Sparks, Karen Wildman, John Bowen
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A three-phase project aims to develop a greater understanding of the contribution of the restaurant sector to a tourist destinations attractiveness. This report details the beliefs, opinions and attitudes of leading Australian experts in the food, wine and tourism industries.

by Beverley Sparks, Karen Wildman, John Bowen
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