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This report aims to develop a better understanding of the contribution of the restaurant sector to a tourist destination’s attractiveness. Specifically, this report identifies and describes three types of market segments, the ‘Young Market’, the ‘Affluent Market’, and the ‘Mature Market’, that value culinary experiences, and are influenced in their travel destination choice by the type of culinary prospects a location has to offer. The study  explores in detail each segment’s perceptions and opinions in relation to what they value in a restaurant when on holiday and why.

 

by Beverley Sparks, John Bowen, and Stefanie Klag
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This report presents social data regarding bushwalkers who visit low-use walking destinations within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The aim of the research was to determine the characteristics of bushwalkers during the 2000-2001 summer season.

by Douglas A. Grubert and Lorne K. Kriwoken

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Characteristics of Interstate and Overseas Bushwalkers in the Arthur Ranges, South West Tasmania

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The main objectives of this project are to examine regional visitation to Melbourne and its metropolitan parks, to study the main factors that could function as constraints to such visitation and to produce a number of  recommendations, so as to enhance visitation in the future. Parks in this study include those metropolitan parks operated by Parks Victoria in the suburbs and immediate  hinterland of Melbourne. Also grouped with parks for the purpose of this study are major cultural sites like Werribee Mansion and local metropolitan bays and piers like Port Phillip Bay and Frankston Pier.

by Peter Murphy, Sharyn McDonald and Kerasia Seiragaki

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Regional Visitation to Melbourne and its Metropolitan Parks, Cultural Assets and Bays

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The report is based on the analysis of the submissions of winners of 2001 State and Territory tourism awards. Interviews have also been conducted with the selected firms and the Executive Officers of some of the key  industry associations to help verify the findings of the study.

by John Breen, Sue Bergin-Seers, Leo Jago and Jack Carlsen

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The need for data on the recreational use of the alpine area of Kosciuszko National Park is important for the sustainable visitor use of the highest area in Australia. Previous visitor monitoring surveys and estimations of  visitor numbers have shown significant increases in visitation between the late 1970s and the early 1990s. Over the 1999/2000 summer, a 40 day monitoring program was undertaken for the Kosciuszko alpine area by the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service in conjunction with the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre.

by Stuart Johnston and Andrew Growcock

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Visiting the Kosciuszko Alpine Area: Visitor Numbers, Characteristics and Activities

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