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Tourism based on viewing and interacting with coastal and marine wildlife is one of the fastest growing industries in Australia. This review provides a comprehensive description of the current marine wildlife tourism product in Australia.

by Alastair Birtles, Peter Valentine and Matthew Curnock

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Tourism Based on Free-Ranging Marine Wildlife

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Indigenous Interests in Safari Hunting and Fishing Tourism in the Northern Territory

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Detailed review of tourism management issues in regard to guided sport fishing and commercial safari hunting ventures conducted on Aboriginal lands in the Top End of the Northern Territory.

by Lisa Palmer

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Indigenous Interests in Safari Hunting and Fishing Tourism in the Northern Territory

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Ecology, Threats, and Management Options for Small Estuaries and ICOLLs

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In this study we investigated critical aspects of ICOLL ecology and asked: how do these systems respond to increasing coastal pressures in general and in particular, those directly or indirectly related to tourism and recreation in their catchments? We were particularly interested in the influence of nutrient inputs (particularly from STPs) and entrance opening and closing regimes on the basic structure of the food web and in turn, the implications of these modifications for the sustainability and tourism appeal of ICOLLs.

by Wade L. Hadwen and Angela H. Arthington

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