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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL VALUES OF BEACH RECREATION ON THE GOLD COAST

By Mike Raybould and Neil Lazarow
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL VALUES OF BEACH RECREATION ON THE GOLD COAST
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The beach is generally recognised as the most important recreation amenity in the region for Gold Coast residents, as well as tourists. However, there is very little data to support the role that this amenity plays in the life of Gold Coast residents. This survey set out to collect data from Gold Coast residents regarding their beach use and the values they associate with the beach, and to develop estimates of the economic value of the beach to residents.
The beach is generally recognised as the most important recreation amenity in the region for Gold Coast residents, as well as tourists. However, there is very little data to support the role that this amenity plays in the life of Gold Coast residents. This survey set out to collect data from Gold Coast residents regarding their beach use and the values they associate with the beach, and to develop estimates of the economic value of the beach to residents. Reduce

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