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Australian Tourism Marketing Expenditure Elasticity Estimates

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The objective of this study was to quantify the effects of marketing expenditure by the Australian Tourist Commission, integrated into Tourism Australia (TA) from 1 July 1994. Co-integration analysis and dynamic  modelling approach are used to estimate the elasticity of income, price, price of substitute, cost of travel and marketing expenditure for Australia’s four major tourism markets: USA, Japan, UK and New Zealand.

by Nada Kulendran and Sarath Divisekera

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Australian Tourism Marketing Expenditure Elasticity Estimates

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This factsheet aims to provide some guidance on how to adequately assess and compare potential products to reduce the environmental impact of their tourism business.    Includes case studies of Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre (SCEC), Australia; The Langham Hotel, Auckland, New Zealand; El Gouna Movenpick, El Gouna, Egypt; AND The Taj Residency, Bangalore, India.

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Innovation and Change Management for Small and Medium Tourism Enterprises in the Tourist Park Sector

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The project examined innovation as a means of enhancing the business performance of Small and Medium-sized Tourism Enterprises (SMTEs). Specifically, the project gathered evidence to identify the key drivers and  motivations for innovative behaviour in SMTEs in the tourist park sector. This study included firms from Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

by John Breen, Suzanne Bergin-Seers, Linda Roberts, Elspeth Frew and Jack Carlsen

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Innovation and Change Management for Small and Medium Tourism Enterprises in the Tourist Park Sector

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In 1999, Kaikoura District Council adopted what is now known as the EarthCheck Sustainable Communities Program. This provided them with a framework to reduce the environmental impact of the community’s activities upon the increasingly popular region.    This case study outlines how EarthCheck was chosen as the environmental management system to help Kaikoura measure, monitor and manage the impacts of the town’s broad-ranging activities.

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This report focuses on the concept and operation of sustainable tourism precincts in rural and regional areas. The successful development of new precincts and efficient maintenance of existing ones require the appreciation and implementation of a complex range of skills applied to a wide variety of interconnected issues. These include community dynamics, tangible physical infrastructure, the intangible characteristics and values of place, and understandings of sustainability. The study aims to improve understanding of rural and regional tourism precincts by:

  • providing a useful working definition of a precinct;
  • identifying the major issues of precinct development and maintenance;
  • summarising the theoretical and practical state of knowledge of these issues and identify ‘gaps’ in both knowledge and practice;
  • recommending areas of future action on precincts and precinct planning.

by Catriona McLeod, Gregory Nolan and Margaret Bartholomew

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Sustainable Tourism Precincts in Rural and Regional Areas

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The purpose of this book is to bring together a range of research cases focusing on regional tourism destinations in Australia and New Zealand. The key objective is to explore the structures and processes used by regional destinations to foster innovation. The eleven case studies represent many different types of destinations and many different forms of tourism.

by Dean Carson and Jim Macbeth

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Regional Tourism Cases: innovation in regional tourism

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Green Globe 21 Designing Tourism Infrastructure: Steps to Sustainable Design

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This paper comprises three parts, the first provides some steps to integrate sustainability into the design of buildings and the second provides a brief outline of the state of play in the tourism industry and proposals to move forward with a new standard for assessing the design of tourism infrastructure through Green Globe Asia Pacific. The third part provides abstracts of three pilot case study projects.

by Richard Hyde and Joyce Law

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Dart River Jet Safaris operates in one of New Zealand’s most picturesque mountainous wilderness areas, on the outskirts of Queenstown. While jet boating requires the use of fossil fuels in order to power the boats, this Maori owned and operated company leverages advancements in fuel injection technologies, and driver training.

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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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