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This guide leads you through a process of sourcing and applying small area tourism data. It contains three types of information – Provides you with some background and overview of issues related to small area tourism data; Provides you with specific hints, tips, and strategies including some checklists for managing small area tourism data; Includes small case studies and notable quotes from organisations like yours who have undertaken small area tourism data collections.

by Dean Carson, Fiona Richards and Pascal Tremblay

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Local Level Data Collection: Know your Patch Kit

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This catalogue was designed to both record small area data collections and to identify strategies for assisting local and regional tourism organisations to implement data collection initiatives. The research identified the need for a guide to managing small area data collections and has produced such a guide. The research also suggested mechanisms for improving Australia’s small area tourism data through better use of existing data sources and the harnessing of existing structures to promote national standards and build capacity.

by Dean Carson, Fiona Richards and Pascal Tremblay

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Local Level Data Collection: Catalogue of Initiatives across Australia

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Underlying this pilot study is the recognition that the economic, social and environmental outcomes of regional tourism development are largely determined by important conditions, such as interrelationships and resources, within any region. This report presents the findings of a capacity for innovative regional tourism  development pilot case study conducted in the northern New South Wales community of Woodburn.

by Damien Jacobsen, Dean Carson, Jim Macbeth and Simon Rose

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Trout Tourism: Investigating Growth Potential for International and National Trout Tourists to Tasmania

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This report investigates the trout fisheries in New Zealand and Tasmania with a view to establishing improved domestic and overseas visitors to the Tasmania fishery.

by Adrian Franklin and John Sheen

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Trout Tourism: Investigating Growth Potential for International and National Trout Tourists to Tasmania

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