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

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Fitzroy Region

 

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

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Darling Downs Region

 

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

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Bundaberg Region

 

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

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Regional Tourism Profiles 2008/09 Queensland: Brisbane Region

 

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This scoping study seeks to provide an overview of current Indigenous cultural tourism in the Wet Tropics region of north-eastern Australia, and examines both the opportunities and impediments for Aboriginal operated tours in the mosaic of rural landscapes and protected areas that make up this region. In particular, the study aims to describe and assess enterprises that integrate knowledge of traditional Dyirbal dwellings, camps and building technologies and associated environmental knowledge (ethno-architecture) into cultural tours and experiences.

by Tim O’Rourke and Paul Memmott

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The aim of this research is to examine mainstream and Indigenous tourism operators and key industry stakeholders’ ideas, attitudes and experiences of Indigenous involvement in the tourism industry. In addition, the research was used to gauge perceived opportunities for further Indigenous tourism development.

by Noah Nielsen, Jeremy Buultjens and Deborah Gale

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This report presents estimates for the ‘Carbon Footprint’ of the Queensland tourism industry. The measures presented here are comprehensive and incorporate all of the GHG emissions produced by Queensland tourism, both within the state and beyond it as a result of visitation to Queensland.

by Serajul Hoque, Peter Forsyth, Larry Dwyer, Ray Spurr, Thiep Van Ho and Daniel Pambudi

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This research bibliography is about climate change impacts and responses in Australian tourism. It lists articles, reports, conference papers and website information published about climate change and Australian tourism from 1996 to 2010. It includes sections on climate change issues relevant to accommodation and aviation, carbon footprints of Australian tourism, carbon offsets in Australian tourism, conference papers and journal articles relating to climate change and tourism, along with research by the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre (STCRC) about climate change impacts on destinations and reducing emissions in tourism accommodation.

by Heather Zeppel & Narelle Beaumont, University of Southern Queensland Australian Centre for Sustainable Business & Development

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This study investigated the issues surrounding iconic wildlife in terms of both visitor perceptions and experiences and also in terms of the economic contribution of visitors to the destination. The methods employed consisted of a literature review and development and distribution of questionnaires to visitors and tour operators  and an interview of managers at Monkey Mia, Western Australia and Hervey Bay, Queensland.

by Amanda Smith, David Newsome, Diane Lee and Natalie Stoeckl

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Role of Wildlife Icons as Major Tourist Attractions: Case Studies - Monkey Mia Dolphins and Hervey Bay Whale Watching

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Impacts of Bird Watching on Communities and Species: Long-term and Short-term Responses in Rainforest and Eucalypt Habitats

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Overseas studies on the activities associated with bird watching have shown significant impacts on birds in numerous important ways. This report is the first comprehensive study of the impacts of bird watching on birds undertaken in Australia. The structure of avian communities and the disturbance distances of selected species in sites within both rainforest and eucalypt habitats in southeast Queensland were studied. Specifically, this report sought to quantify the influence of different levels of disturbance.

by Darryl Jones and Thomas Nealson

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Impacts of Bird Watching on Communities and Species: Long-term and Short-term Responses in Rainforest and Eucalypt Habitats

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