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Indigenous Tourism Businesses in Queensland: Criteria for Success: Towards the Development of a National Diagnostic Tool for Indigenous Tourism Businesses

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Little is known about the factors that contribute to the success and long-term viability of enterprises in Australia’s Indigenous tourism sector.  Given this, it was considered imperative to identify those underpinning factors that are associated with the success of Indigenous tourism enterprises. Utilising seven ‘successful’ case study businesses from Queensland, the research sought to explore the development, operation and management of these enterprises with the objective of identifying the inhibitors and facilitators to business success from the perspectives of both community operated organisations and individual entrepreneurs.

by Michelle Whitford and Lisa Ruhanen

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This report provides an estimate of direct tourist spending and the contribution of that spending to Queensland’s gross state product that can be attributed to tourists’ access to national parks (NPs). The first phase of The Valuing Tourism Spend in Queensland National Parks Study was designed to provide an assessment of tourist spending associated with national parks at the regional level. Following consultation with key stakeholders of the study, a research team from The University of Queensland collected primary visitor survey data in four regions of the State of Queensland with a view to determining an estimate of the visitor spend attributable to the NPs in these regions. These regions were selected as examples of the four different types of protected area region (urban, iconic, remote and outback) to be found in Queensland. The data collected in the survey were then used to infer a value for national park-generated visitor spending for all national park regions in Queensland. The results of this study indicate that a best estimate of visitor spending associated with national parks is approximately $4.43 billion per annum with $749 million per annum in national park-generated spending.

by Roy Ballantyne, Richard Brown, Shane Pegg and Noel Scott

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Valuing Tourism Spend Arising from Visitation to Queensland National Parks

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This domestic and international visitor profile covers Australia’s Tropical North Queensland region.

by Tourism Research Australia

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Tropical North Region

 

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This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Sunshine Coast region of Queensland, Australia.

by Tourism Research Australia

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Sunshine Coast Region

 

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This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Outback region of Queensland, Australia.

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Outback Region

 

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This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Northern region of Queensland, Australia.

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Northern Region

 

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This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Mackay region of Queensland, Australia.

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Mackay Region

 

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This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Hervey Bay region of Queensland, Australia.

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Hervey Bay Region

 

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This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Gold Coast region of Queensland, Australia.

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Gold Coast Region

 

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