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This report presents the findings from a visitor survey carried out over a three-day period from Saturday 29 September to Monday 1 October 2001. Visitors aged 15 years and over were contacted at one of five sites  within Barrington Tops National Park, New South Wales, and invited to participate in the study. Those who agreed were given a questionnaire to complete themselves and mail back in a reply-paid envelope. A total of 556 questionnaires  were given out with 256 returned, resulting in a more than acceptable final response rate of 46%.

by David Archer and Tony Griffin

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Visitor Use and Satisfaction in Barrington Tops National Park

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The Mt Kosciuszko alpine area is a major ecotourism destination, especially for summer day-walkers to the highest peak on the Australian continent. The popularity of this natural heritage not only vindicates the historical vision for its conservation but has also created a new conservation management imperative.

by Graeme L. Worboys and Catherine M. Pickering

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Managing the Kosciuszko Alpine Area: Conservation Milestones and Future Challenges

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