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EFFECTS OF TOURISM ON FRASER ISLANDS DUNE LAKES

By Wade Hadwen, Angela Arthington, Stuart Bunn and Thorsten Mosisch
EFFECTS OF TOURISM ON FRASER ISLANDS DUNE LAKES
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In light of the rapidly growing tourism industry in the region, excessive tourist use of the dune lakes on Fraser Island could deleteriously affect their ecology and in turn, their aesthetic appeal to tourists. The findings from this research study suggest that the current level of tourist pressure on the perched dune lakes on Fraser Island is likely to have a significant long-term impact on the ecological health of these systems.
In light of the rapidly growing tourism industry in the region, excessive tourist use of the dune lakes on Fraser Island could deleteriously affect their ecology and in turn, their aesthetic appeal to tourists. The findings from this research study suggest that the current level of tourist pressure on the perched dune lakes on Fraser Island is likely to have a significant long-term impact on the ecological health of these systems. Reduce

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In 2008/09, $384 million was spent by visitors in the region - $68% was by domestic overnight visitors.