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VISITOR ACCESSIBILITY IN URBAN CENTRES

By Simon Darcy, Bruce Cameron, Larry Dwyer, Tracy Taylor, Emma Wong, Alana Thomson
VISITOR ACCESSIBILITY IN URBAN CENTRES
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The aim of the research project was to evaluate and assess urban tourism environments, including urban national parks, in the context of universal design principles.A secondary objective was to estimate the economic contribution of tourists with a disability using the Australian Tourism Satellite Account.
The aim of the research project was to evaluate and assess urban tourism environments, including urban national parks, in the context of universal design principles.A secondary objective was to estimate the economic contribution of tourists with a disability using the Australian Tourism Satellite Account. Reduce

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The top nature activities for international visitors were visiting national/state parks (66%); visiting wildlife park/zoo/aquarium (57%) and visiting botanical or other public gardens (56%).