Domestic arts tourism supports local jobs and economies, while enriching and connecting Australians through creative experiences This report draws on Tourism Research Australia data and other resources to provide insights into the behaviour of people travelling within Australia.
It is cheaper to fly internationally than to an important regional centre like Alice Springs, claims Dale McIver of Tourism Central Australia.
James Packer claims Australia does not accept online visa applications from China, and that Chinese people have to apply in English.
This report argues that should border shutdowns proliferate and air travel effectively be banned until the end of 2020, the global air transport system will collapse. This is clearly the worst-case scenario. However, there are other, less severe potential endgames for the air industry, governments...
Centring culture in public engagement on climate change adaptation: re-shaping the future of the NZ tourism sector
This report outlines the key findings of a research project on climate change adaptation in the specific context of tourism in New Zealand, and how understanding the interface between culture and climate change can help respond to the challenges of adaptation.
Destination Management (DM) is an ongoing process that requires destinations to plan for the future and considers the social, economic, cultural and environmental risks and opportunities. This document describes what DM is and how to go about creating a DM plan.
Victoria’s Aboriginal Tourism Development Strategy for 2013–2023 presents the plans for future developing and promoting attractions that tap into Victoria's Aboriginal history, cultural expression and diversity in both an urban context,and across regional Victoria.
This report addresses the environmental and cultural impacts of tourism and what ongoing business-as-usual growth could mean for the environment and the vulnerability of the tourism sector.
This report examines what role Tourism New Zealand should play in supporting tourism, and how it is positioned to deliver on this role.
Arts and events are tools that can be used to regenerate and activities spaces, delivering vibrant and robust communities. This qualitative study of places and precincts develops a model that highlights the key challenges and opportunities for creating vibrant places and precincts.