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This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Murray River area, spanning Goolwa in the west to Cooryong in the far east.

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia: Murray River Area

 

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This domestic and international visitor profile provides a state summary of South Australia, Australia.

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Australian Capital Territory: State SummaryPROFILES ACT_Page_1

 

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The threat of climate change to prosperity in one country cannot be removed by the actions of that country alone. Effective action to moderate the risks of human-induced climate change requires large contributions to reductions in emissions from all major countries, and substantial contributions from the rest of the world as well. As a result, the search for effective climate change policy is partly a search for effective cooperation amongst countries of a kind and dimension that has never previously been known. This paper discusses that search for an international basis for effective climate change policy.

by Professor Ross Garnaut

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This report reviews non-consumptive tourism based on free-ranging land-dwelling and freshwater animals in their natural habitats. It provides a critical overview of the current status of terrestrial wildlife viewing in Australia, within the context of this form of tourism worldwide, as well as recommendations for action and research to facilitate the sustainable development and management of this sub-sector.

by Karen Higginbottom and Ralf Buckley

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Terrestrial Wildlife Viewing in Australia

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This is the central document for the wildlife tourism status assessment project. Part II synthesises information from a series of individual status assessment reports on different aspects of Australian wildlife tourism and presents findings of stakeholder consultation processes.

by Karen Higginbottom, Kelley Rann, Gianna Moscardo, Derrin Davis and Sue Muloin

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Status Assessment of Wildlife Tourism in Australia: An Overview Part II

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Status Assessment of Wildlife Tourism in Australia: An Overview Part I

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This is the central document for the wildlife tourism status assessment project. Part I provides a descriptive overview of wildlife tourism in Australia, placing it in the context of international tourism and wildlife tourism.

by Karen Higginbottom, Kelley Rann, Gianna Moscardo, Derrin Davis and Sue Muloin

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Status Assessment of Wildlife Tourism in Australia: An Overview Part I

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Three studies examined kangaroos as an image/icon for purposes of marketing Australia. The study focused on the American market, with some extension into the United Kingdom market.

by Brad Hill, Trevor Arthurson and Laurence Chalip

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Kangaroos in the Marketing of Australia: potentials and practice

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To identify various places in Australia where tourists can have direct experiences of macropods in a natural habitat and to assess the likely quality of such an experience.

by David B. Croft and Neil Leiper

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Assessment Opportunities for International Tourism Based on Wild Kangaroos

 

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