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This guide leads you through a process of sourcing and applying small area tourism data. It contains three types of information – Provides you with some background and overview of issues related to small area tourism data; Provides you with specific hints, tips, and strategies including some checklists for managing small area tourism data; Includes small case studies and notable quotes from organisations like yours who have undertaken small area tourism data collections.

by Dean Carson, Fiona Richards and Pascal Tremblay

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Local Level Data Collection: Know your Patch Kit

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This catalogue was designed to both record small area data collections and to identify strategies for assisting local and regional tourism organisations to implement data collection initiatives. The research identified the need for a guide to managing small area data collections and has produced such a guide. The research also suggested mechanisms for improving Australia’s small area tourism data through better use of existing data sources and the harnessing of existing structures to promote national standards and build capacity.

by Dean Carson, Fiona Richards and Pascal Tremblay

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Local Level Data Collection: Catalogue of Initiatives across Australia

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Sustainable Development and Management of Tourism in Moreton Bay – Executive Summary

Categories: Case Study, Management, Monitoring & Evaluation, Oceania, Pacific, People and Places, Planet
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The tourism potential of Moreton Bay and Islands (Moreton Bay) has been largely undiscovered. Moreton Bay has great beaches, water, wildlife and a relaxed atmosphere but it is the combination of these features with the environmental sustainability of all aspects of the region that should form the foundation of promotion. The opportunity exists to create Moreton Bay as a sustainable tourism destination, delivering all of the advantages of tourism with minimal negative consequences. As its point of difference Moreton Bay needs to establish itself as a sustainable, Platinum Plus destination.

by Michelle Whitmore and Terry De Lacy

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Sustainable Development and Management of Tourism in Moreton Bay - Executive Summary

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