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  • Moore, S; Crilley, Gary; Darcy, Simon; Griffin, Anthony; Taplin, Robyn; Tonge, Joanna; Wegner, Aggie; Smith, Amanda (CRC For Sustainable Tourism, 2009)
    This technical report is part of a broader national project `Systematic and strategic collection and use of visitor information in protected area management?, funded by Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre ...
  • Edwards, Deborah; Griffin, Anthony; Hayllar, Bruce (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd., 2007)
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  • Darcy, Simon; Griffin, Anthony; Crilley, Gary; Schweinsberg, Stephen (STCRC, 2009)
    This report presents the composition of a generic park visitation survey instrument based on the core data variables that can be employed in multiple park level jurisdictions throughout Australia. Its focus is to identify ...
  • Griffin, Anthony; Moore, Susan; Crilley, Gary; Darcy, Simon; Schweinsberg, Stephen (Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Council, 2010)
    The technical reports present data and its analysis, meta-studies and conceptual studies, and are considered to be of value to industry, government or other researchers. Unlike the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research ...
  • Edwards, Deborah; Griffin, Anthony; Hayllar, Bruce; Dickson, T; Schweinsberg, Stephen (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd., 2009)
    This study aims to enhance the understanding of tourist experiences and behaviour in urban destinations by analysing the spatial movements of tourists, identifying the key attributes they are seeking in urban destinations, ...
  • Edwards, Deborah; Griffin, Anthony; Hayllar, Bruce (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd, 2010)
    As of 30 June 2009, Australia?s major cities were home to more than two-thirds (69%) of the population (ABS, 2010). In contrast, just 2 per cent of the total population lived in remote or very remote areas of Australia ...